This work explores my digital actions in a negative way. It also explores the relationship between modernism and post-modernism. This body of work is inspired by the artist Marshall McLuhan. I created a series of 10 photographs that are digitally edited with photoshop. I wanted them to be consistent color palette wise, so I created them in black and white. I also wanted the color palette to convey mindlessness. The way that the photographs are displayed creates an obscured and absolute feel. I want the viewers’ minds to roam. With the influence of Marshall McLuhan, I wanted to create work that is abstract, mundane, and also dark. With constantly growing technology and social media usage, the viewer is left with the thought, “when does it stop?”.