Information moves at a faster pace today than at any other time in recorded history. With so much data at our fingertips, we click what we want to encounter and delete what we want to avoid. By using pattern as metaphor, the work explores identity in the digital age. We compose ourselves through what we selectively see, hear, and engage with. In some ways, we lose our authentic selves in the process of constructing and believing our own mythologies. From this assessment emerges a new threat that asks, “Are we better off with the tools of technology?"