We are fast becoming a generation dependent on the internet as a means for education and advice. Google’s authoritative status is similar to that of a child and parent relationship. Exploring issues with such phenomenon I conducted google image search experiments using naive questions such as 'Why Do My Parents Hate Me?' and 'How Are Babies Made?'

A selection of the first 20 results were then exhibited and displayed. The results achieved illustrate a contextualising of random imagery that often doesn’t cohere with the original question, causing the viewer to interpret them within their new emotional space.

Another short video was also made composing an alphabet generated from the search term 'Things beginning with...'