We live in an age where images proliferate at an exponential rate. Many of these digital techniques for image creation and manipulation have become the common aesthetic currency of contemporary art making. Society and technology tell us to spend as little time as possible creating or considering images—apps like Instagram are made for effortlessly scrolling through countless images without dwelling on any one. The artists included in this show slow down this current of information to isolate and investigate images which could be passed over without pause. Are they saying that technological currents are debasing imagery, draining it of reverence and importance? Or do they enjoy this freedom to pick and choose images from the digital detritus? Using a variety of media and methods of appropriation—both analog and digital—these artists take found material and make it their own.