This body of works examines the dark matter of digital photography, inspired by dark matter and dark energy that make up most of the mass of the universe. The aim of the project is to create another reading, by marking the "dead" areas that come in direct contact with the documentation of reality, via programs that read digital files and computer screens. In the photographs, these areas, supposedly lacking in data, are translated visually to absolute black or white; that is the nature of photography – underexposure, overexposure.
In such situations, the viewer is privy to an entire channel of information enclosed in the supposedly missing areas. Lacks that in physics simulate wave lengths that the human eye cannot detect, and in psychology touch on subjects such as the subconscious. Therefore, it is not a case of missing information, but rather information that is undetectable to the naked eye, a portal to a different kind of information; it is the dark matter of the photograph.