I thrive in a world overwhelmed by images, objects, texts, and spaces. In response to the overwhelmingness, I try to step back and tune in to the narratives that shift and toss in the terrain of cultural and personal signification. The inundation of information can support, destabilize, or neutralize me. I may find myself comforted or disturbed, empowered or disappeared. I disassemble and reassemble the narratives, they are part of a system or a network that’s continually subject to re-authorship. This openness to an unending state of renewal makes evident the power to shape and be shaped by our environment. Who we are, individually and collectively, is constrained by how we process information: how we access, interpret, and internalize it. And, also, in the ways we re-contextualize, re-purpose, and re-imagine it.