NOTHING IS A MISTAKE
I rephotograph the image on my computer screen each time adding some new elements - the physical, which I simply attach to, or arrange in front of it, and digital which are part of the software interface or indicate the functionality of some tools (for example the so called 'marching ants'). The new layers change the visual definition of the original image distancing the subject from the commonly acquired meanings. The overlapping structure of the moire pattern and the LED display blur out gradually the initial record which in theory lead to its complete disintegration.
The result of this process is a fusion of forms generated by digital apparatuses and myself - an unusual collaboration between a human and the machine.