Online networks have become socially viral and ubiquitous as technology transcends temporal and spatial boundaries. Web enabled mobile phone and graphics tablets have become the final links between virtual communities and the end user. No longer does the Internet just serve the adaptive needs of society, it has now become an alternative reality where we are often mediated to the point at which we no longer react. The subjects in this triptych are lost; their transfixed silhouettes indicate a removal from their surroundings and an absence from the present. They give us an opportunity to employ our primordial voyeuristic urges. We are allowed to look more closely and intently than we could in real life. Their faces are hollow and empty and their bodily gestures convolute through the sculptural translation of these truly modern gestures. The landscape of this tableaux is sparse and barren, a fiction that forces engagement with the subject, more of a representation of reality, incidental and formal. Therefore the characters exist as nothing more than a surreal silhouette, absorbed in a world removed from confines of time and space whilst a subsequent separation from the background speaks of their transient nature. However it is not the figures that we are really looking at here as we confront ourselves through this reframing of the familiar where photography functions as a distorted mirror.