Working in performance in the genre of autofiction, I use a phenomenological approach to explore the effects of the reciprocal alienation between life and the spectacle (Guy Debord, 1969), and experiment with their internalized and externalized ramifications in  today's context of expanded realities. I use the structure of the ritual as a rewriting and transitioning technology; notably formalized through my tattoo practice, but musically and through singing as well. By investigating the liminal spaces and interstices between the mythological, analog and digital dimensions, I reflect on the ecology and politics associated with and challenged by the intensification of body and voice mediation by technology.