Although most of Sam Jury’s ’98 recent work is in digital photography and video, it’s hard to classify her as a new media artist. She comes from a painting background but abandoned (indefinitely, not permanently) the practice four years ago; still, she readily admits that her work looks like painting no matter which medium she uses. As she “suspends multiple readings” in a single work, Jury’s conceptual interests also resist clear-cut definitions. Her still and moving images are about technology’s warping effect on our perception of reality and the new human condition this warping may produce. She insists that her stance is neither critical nor simply observational and is ultimately, in fact, more about psychological truth than anything else.