The most recent interactive artwork in this project is entitled “The Transmediated Self” and presents a deconstructed human form, overlapped by technical drawings of computer components and medical scans of the human body, in order to demonstrate the contrast between humanist and technicist approaches to viewing the human and “the self.” As the artist, I serve as the subject of the medical imaging and as the primary subject for this art-based study. This intentional use of contrasting visual methods serves to highlight and question our cultural predisposition to “virtual media” and our trust in technological platforms as origins of scientific, informational and cultural “truth.”