Cibelle’s practice is a continuous reflection on the reuse of materials and data that channel psychocognitive perception through examination and transformation from positions of the in-between. It operates against societal algorithms see- king non-compliant patterns of behaviour and material, abstracting data to transform and assemble new frontiers, visuals, images, and ideas of the appearance and the polymorphism of selfhood and collectivity. In creating feedback loops and short circuits to redirect the algorithm, the outcome is an amalgamation and consideration of the many forms and textures we can inhabit and the work to move between them. Performances, painting, sculpture, AI and mixed reality weave and collage together fragments of whole notions of identity, questions of artistic labour and challenge formalism. Extracting oneself from automated algorithmic decision-ma- king, they work to create resistance and refusal to the identities constructed by algorithms and social conditioning.