Gerrymandered appropriates the (il)logic of our current political system into artworks that empathize and satirize its figureheads. The project is focused on some of the most gerrymandered congressional districts in the United States. Facial recognition points are plotted on the official government portrait of each representative. Those points are then remapped onto the illogical boundary of the district they serve, bending the photographic data into an abstracted, illegible portrait that evokes a corrupt practice with little basis in the real-world geography it purports to represent.