Phoebe Todd-Parrish’s work revolves around the following questions: where does our body end and the “outer world” begin? How does our material body limit or enable our interaction not only with other people, but with our sense of self? She wonders how our sense of reality will change, and with it the relationships between “us/them”, “me/you”, and “inner/outer”. As communication becomes increasingly digital and we rely on technological media for “contact”, will we continue to privilege our sense of sight or will technology be better able to mimic the feeling or smell of a body? And how will that continue to alter our sense of being, and of being with?