What does gaze mean in a digital context? As theoretical and visual research, this thesis project integrates cultural observation with graphic design to seek to understand digital gazing. The study utilizes academic research and puts it in dialogue with personal observations of contemporary culture to offer a reflective assessment of the digital gaze. Gaze is a social act of looking that involves more than mere literal vision, one that signals a passage of implicit dimensions with conceptual entanglements between viewer and subject. To prevent reducing the concept of the gaze into a narrow meaning, I examine the topic from three different frameworks: Gazing Others, Gaze as Power, and Gazing the Self. The preliminary visual research responds to this framework through essay writing and graphic visualizations. The latter large format installation-map displays the interrelationship between these frameworks and the larger optical network associated with the digital gaze.