We are immersed in a world full of mobile gadgets that fit into our pockets, purses, and fill our homes. They allow us to connect to the rest of the world and have the capabilities to assist us in completing tasks with ease and efficiency. Changes in our behavior have resulted from the use of devices such as the cell phone and computer. A shift in etiquette, expression, and habits has become our way of life and are evident and documented in the media. As more research is studied, predictions of how technology might affect society flourish. Technology is pervasive and constantly evolving, which forces us to either adapt to the changes it initiates or to resist the temptation. I stand in the middle, pulled in two directions, appreciating the value of technology and resisting total immersion. On the one hand I embrace the devices I use but question how I interact with them. In Wired to Adapt, I examine individually and collectively how we perceive, communicate, and behave with devices defined by the latest technologies. Wired to Adapt was exhibited in the Everett Gee Jackson Gallery February 12 through 17, 2011. A digital version is available for viewing in Love Library.