Katie Hallam is an artist working primarily in digital photography and print but has recently moved into creating sculptural works where new media art meets geology, fossils and contemporary spaces. This allegory is shown in motifs of geology representing ‘ancient power’, with the digital age represented with an electrifying palette; neon greens, indigos, and ultraviolet. Katie considers the traces our digital culture will leave on the earth, evolving and morphing materials transformed into fossilised objects to be found by future archaeologists. She creates hybrid manifestations through sculpture and digital materiality. Like alchemy, her works connect new media technology with archaic power. These ‘digital-mineral hybrids’ are hypnotic works that sit against a background of open, natural, and urban landscapes as Katie teases the question of future glitches in nature.