Benjamin Marland’s work spans across multiple disciplines and is unbound from reoccurring form. His recent work aims to use technology to deconstruct life in a technological age. By drawing attention to the development of ever growing normative societies, Benjamin opens a dialogue between the viewer and the artwork, inviting one to question the relaxed nature around desensitisation. Benjamin’s recent work deals with acceptance of reproduced reality and socially accepted illusionism brought forth by the development of personal/entertainment image production.