Scape explores the perils of Appadurai's proposed categories of what he calls scapes or flows (1996), which he describes as that which rules our ways of being in a globalised capitalistic system. They are: ethnoscapes, technoscapes, ideoscapes, financescapes, and mediascapes. Living in a world of expectations where worth is determined by economic success and social 'clout', we are constantly pressured to perform our everyday lives that will be witnessed through a screen-based media (social media: phones, computers etc). This work was made in response to different ethnographic interviews conducted with youths in the UK about their existential obligations, e.g waking up everyday to impress someone other than themselves. Perhaps the most significant moment during my fieldwork was when a 19 year old youth told me: "I wish I could end it all sometimes, but it's payday tomorrow, so maybe next time!". This line greatly inspired this work and reflected the dynamics of living in today's society.