Working at the intersection between art, gender, and technology, we are using light, sound, movement, and image to situate memories of the feminine past and corporeality in the natural world into new, technologically mediated locations and spaces. We insert sonic and image-based queries at particular points in how we process women’s pasts into future technological landscapes of digital information. In doing so, we explore how our physical, female selves are adapting, morphing, rejoicing and revolting to/in how we are perceived both physically and digitally, as our digital ecologies grow parallel to that of our physical ecologies in this new space.