In an age of information overload, media production has the power to influence our everyday life. The way we see and think and build our perspective. We feel it is critical to examine and understand the workings of a media ecology as a media and arts collective. To keenly look at the infrastructure and consumption of media and the impact it has on everyday perception and decision-making. Our attempt with the research is to keep this critical space of questioning and examining alive and to learn from the patterns emerging.