We live in a world where photography has been expanded to terrains we didn't expect, and it has modified the way we relate to the world, not only because of our gadgets or hyper-connectivity, but because the image is still our way of understanding ourselves.
The intention of this work is to evidence the act of filtering the perceptive experience, putting in front of us a mobile gadget. The spectator now, participates in a mechanism where image is inaccessible. A conjoint of codes –metadata–, that once processed can be translated as what we understand as a photographic image.
The subject will be in front of an image that frames the information contained in a digital file. Next to the image there’s a mobile device. It's expected that, in an intuitive form, the subject will interact with the image. Just in that way, the image will be visible from a virtual reality App, where the information can be re-coded.