While photocopy seems to be the ultimate act of copying, each particular photocopy is unique, an unrepeatable combination of printing errors and flecks. If you photocopy something often enough (always taking the resulting copy as your next source) the image erodes into grains, the side-effect of the photocopying method itself. It is the ultimate falling-apart of the image, like a death of a galaxy, where the stars are no more than a residue of the printing process.

photocopy on paper, digitalised

created in the framework of the project originalcopy for the accompanying publication