During the performance running room the body puts itself at the service of machines and performs simple tasks loading paper, sending data to the printer, printing turning the camera on and off to record itself. All actions that end in themselves: making the work's existence possible. The viewer, in contrast, is also invited to yield his image by mimicking a virtual presence. The encounter with one's own image in an unexpected and public place calls into question our relationship to the production, and reproduction, of images in this digital age. In our quest for an online existence, we reproduce actions that feed databases and put us at the service of narratives that are not under our control.