In S/S 15, culled images from commercial catalogs are transformed into indexical, fragmented compositions within a common theme. These forms mimic off-the-shelf products placed in gridded rows for the viewer to indulge in comparison and variety. Situated within a hypereality where analytics and infatuation blend, an embrace of consumption and critique merge into a single ambiguous position. To ground this ambivalence, an act of making in opposition to consumption must occur. By creating these abstract forms through an exploration of consumable materials, my aim is to dissect this binary and create hybrid objects that amalgamate dissimilar perceptions. The constituent forms reveal themselves as articles of clothing, extending captivation to our constructed visual-identities. Flying above the viewer, these surreal products not only mirror the anthematic nature of online shopping, but also manifest the physical reality of contemporary products. With S/S 15, I flatten the space between what is online and what is overhead.