Rebecca Noone is an artist and PhD candidate at the Faculty of Information, University of Toronto engaged in a critical information studies of the everyday. She brings together art and the social sciences to consider how dominant forms of mediation, often related to visual information, orient mundane forms of sense-making. Her dissertation work focuses on street-level wayfinding within contemporary conditions of proprietary digital mapping as a way to think critically about the direction and management of spatial perception. Her goal is to tease out the undergirding power structures at play in daily information experiences and provide an accessible and inspiring framework for reflection and awareness.