Today we live in a world populated by all kinds of screens that produce a continuous feed of images with different qualities. We read these images without even consciously noticing the implications the image quality has in our perception. In this installation, each camera captures the screen (LCD) of another camera in the circuit. While each screen (one camera’s output) is another camera’s input, the live video is finally transmitted to a CRT television in front of the audience. The audience is aware of live video transmission. The final image is a poor image and allows one to recall the popular image quality populated by low-resolution camcorders in the 80s. The installation is a time machine and meant to produce an image that escapes one’s desire for lossless quality. While the participants stand in front of the installation, they see their own image being recycled through various cameras and screens.