The metaverse encapsulates the confluence of our virtual, digital, and physical existences. As realities collide to become the metaverse, new meaning forms infiltrate our spaces armed with a lexicon of innuendo and fragments. Fragments recursively reconstructing our existence as a domain governed by bits. My work probes this verse through scatter and fracture, while wielding propaganda's anterior language of oil painting. Surface reticulations in paint handling intertwine formal and conceptual concerns, forming allegorical constructs of alterity that mine messages from our fragmented digital sphere. The stylistic hatches and bands are enmeshed with personal figurative images, centering the discourse on our metaverse and its emergent gaze. A conversation examining the precarity of global social conditions that subjugate humanity through a commodity driven existence. My latest thesis work employs a conceptual fusion via the metaverse artform—an auto-exhibiting synthesis that transcends the digital and physical art object. This complex emergent amalgam mirrors our mobius-strip metaverse, enfranchising an experience mediated by the device.