Modern technology is a trickster. It?s both slippery and convincing ? promising ease while continually advancing beyond human comprehension. My work lives within this contradiction, examining the quotidian behaviors of our complex relationship with digital technology while questioning the anxious race for simpler solutions to life?s struggles. Armed with a sensible Apple computer, outdated cameras, neon colors and a handful of crystals, I create videos, animations and prints that are platforms for performance. My characters confront the pranks played by a digital trickster, permitting the viewer to examine their own relationship with progress. Humor is the sticky substance that binds us in this shape-shifting virtual landscape, offering humanity where pixels and code rule.