In operation.wtf, I incorporate pieces of my collection: found footage of police violence and burning debris juxtaposed with modified video game imagery. In addition, an array of soundbites and electronic noise, created in collaboration with Mexican producer Wasted Fates, imbues the videos with an atmosphere of both stillness and anxiety. Altogether, these fragments are re-inscribed with new meaning, opening up a dialogue on documenting, recording, and re-presenting in digital formats. Additionally, I tried to create a multisensory experience of a world that is familiar and strange all at once. By deconstructing and reorganizing bits of images and sound, I call attention to the subjective nature of sensory experience. In this piece, As we slow down and watch the video unfold, we are confronted with how we simultaneously consume and construct our realities through an endless series of actions and reactions.