Oscar Cass-Darweish is a digital practitioner with skills in web/graphic design, video, sound and creative coding. Practice in these areas extends to artistic inquiry concerned with the struggle for autonomy at the limits of digital modes of representation. Aesthetic and critical methods from part of a Critical Technical Practice that aims to figure relationships between humans and the technical in the space of hardware, software and code. Unfamiliar locations and moments at which technical process that is part of everyday existence becomes opaque are re-presented in contexts where alternative modes of understanding are made possible for audiences through performative engagement. Optical and auditory interaction with systems present in surveillance models and automated data collection that form part of online and offline spaces can elucidate some computational logics while highlighting the need for non-representational modes of critique for others.