The artwork is a sculptural installation formed from many plaster fingers casted from many subjects’, hanging from the ceiling by invisible threads. The concept was based on me living as a millennial within the modern world, acknowledging that we live our lives engrossed in the devices we hold between our fingers; in a digital world where we see images, and images of images, before the original. It also forms a reflection on surveillance within society, where we are detectable from the marks we leave behind, through the intricate fingerprints captured and accentuated by dusting graphite powder. The vast quantity of casts required to make this installation imitates the nature of mass production in modern society. Spanning almost the entire space under the stairs in the Ruskin basement, the piece was tucked away but still in full vision to passers-by, in a dimly lit alcove to increase perceptual impact and potential to use lighting or projection, where the sloping ceiling is alike the ever-trapping nature of what appears on our device screens.