Collecting and storing information was and will always be a great desire for every kind of society. From clay tablets to disks to blockchains we have found many technologies to store and use data as information and as knowledge. But what happens if the files cannot be read anymore, the disks melt or the clay tablets break? Is all information lost or could this product of entropy be a moment of creating new, unsorted and at first glance unusable data?
In this series experimenting with the limits of photography through altering, destroying, deleting, retrieving and restoring image files lead to the creation of new or rearranged data.