A grid of pixels has become one of the principal means of perceiving the world. Each display affects it in it’s own way, each one has a characteristic visual aftertaste that can filter out information from the image. This unconscious light censorship is dynamic – its intensity is changing according to the relative position of the eye to the image. Some viewing angles can eventually suppress the information to the level, where it completely blends in with the background.
We have entrusted our perception to the pixels. They became part of our eye and thus their limits became limits of our body. The project reveals one of the levels of the digital image ‘politics’, the level, in which only the movement of the observer is able to uncover the layers of virtual spaces. The search for the form becomes a content.