The current series explores the concept of heterotopias as developed by the French philosopher Michel Foucault. Heterotopias describe spaces that are “other,” which is to say parallel spaces within the society are contradictory, transforming, incompatible, or illusionary. They are worlds that mirror the real world while at the same time upsetting them. I insert the concept of heterotopias into representations of digital spaces through my works of art. The Order of the Simulation demonstrates how people have a real self and a reflective self that exists through a dematerialized digital world. In abstract and brightly colored layers, I envision the future value of human consciousness by expanding digitized spaces and territories. Using a metaphoric vision, I extract a sense of the structural balance within these societies.