Access to the digital realm works through the function of technological devices, which over time become objects, documentation and testimony of past human agency. It is therefore critical to consider the aftermath of the material physical presence of the digital world on earth, not only as waste but also attention-grabbing objects in our pocket. The Digital Humanism of Care can entangle digital content with the material usage and history of devices. This research project aims to uncover and communicate our relationship with technology, in a digital and physical manner. In deepening the exploration of interaction and the dynamic of our relationship with digital materiality, Marika Grasso evaluates the two parts (human and matter) as coexisting and necessary elements of Digital Humanism.