As the XIXth century gave us radical new ways to experience and move through space with the plane, train, and automobile, Amy Schissel’s work addresses our present, even more radically different, experience of space driven by the multifaceted virtual worlds of the internet’s network spaces. Her drawings, paintings, and large-scale installations are infused with information friction and subscribe to modes of representation of new virtual spaces and special effects to build architectures of fictional space. Notational devices drawn from digital architecture, interaction design, and digital mapping schemata clash with exploding vectors, imploding pathways, and webs of connectivity. Her work intends to bring awareness to the many interfaces to the cloud’s invisible networks and intersections infusing everyday environments, connecting us across physical boundaries. She presents layered cartographies melding disparate worlds, whose multifaceted surfaces echo one’s intuitive movement and interaction in an ultra dynamic hyper-world.