An exhibit by Ashley Williams, “The Blue Pill or the Red Pill, Neo?” is a look into the future of human nature as technology advances. Through a series of questions and descriptions matched with a few of the eight pieces of artwork, the audience will be asked about how much they actually know about the advancing technology that many of them hold in their pockets. These artworks were chosen based on how they worked together as a whole to make a point about how exactly humans’ relationship with the ever advancing technology they create is affecting them. They strike feelings of loneliness, disconnections, and a never ending cycle of perpetual boredom and dissatisfaction that seems to only strike in the absence of these technologies. The audience will also be asked situational questions that will not be able to be answered in yes’s or no’s. Throughout the exhibit, there will be quotes from Marx, Lucretius, Epictetus, and Thoreau within a few of the artwork’s descriptions. These quotes will provide insight for the audience that there are age old questions about humans and technology that still cannot be answered. As the audience, go through the exhibit with an open mind. Despite the descriptions and evidence I provide with the artwork, what are some other examples of advancing technology in relation to human nature that are relatively striking? Maybe, you will be answer some of the questions I cannot at this time. You’ll have to think, possibly about things you’ve never thought about before. Perhaps it’ll change your outlook on your own lives, finding yourselves questioning things that you’ve never questioned before thus far into your lifetime. Perhaps it’ll change the course of your lives immediately. So at this time, I present to you “The Blue Pill or the Red Pill, Neo?” and I hope you enjoy!