While pop culture and the internet cut civilization away from physical communication, and towards ethereal relationships; distinctions between media blur along with personal and communal identity. Making with a creative conscience, we hope to extol and critique these global paradigm shifts, while sharing our local narrative. The conceptual content of our work blends preconceptions, genres, social strata and partnerships within the community. Last Supper is an experiment and engagement in social interaction, energy consumption, and dialog. Piquing all the senses, the show produces a multi-dimensional experience that allows access to attendees from varying backgrounds to reinterpret the way they consume media, interact with one-another and share. Tactics that engage the audience in an environmental spectrum of intellectual discourse (the gallery), performative story telling (the screen), to corporeal conversation (the disco) are shared with comfort (the meal). Establishing a tradition of invention, Last Supper values the sharing of ideas at one table and the home as microcosm for urban life.