We live in a time when the always transforming, always mutating internet information networks
offer more cultural abundance and poverty than ever. Leslie Alfin explores literal data pathways
harvesting visual news bytes to be used as the fabric for patchworks of paradoxical narratives, both
comforting and disturbing, reflecting the nature of their source. Her work can be viewed as a cultural
struggle for a manageable co-existence with the information delivery systems of our times and an
iterative negotiation for the reconciliation of chaos and comfort.