Disrupt/Construct (2017) is a mixed-reality performance regarding the origin of object and place. An improvising musician explores assumptions about personal memory and the disruption of automatic trust placed in paramnesia. A history of gestural data is recorded from an augmented instrument and mapped to determine a variety of interactions between sounds within a complex mixed-reality scene. The performer has a degree of control over the unfolding virtual environment, modulating the appearance of the scene relative to chosen performance gestures. The audience views a projection of the virtual environment in addition to viewing the performer in the physical performance space. This piece seeks to reposition or re-contextualize performance systems design within the context of virtual reality environments while exploring where a music performance and by extension the human performer may be situated along the Reality-Virtuality Continuum.