Perception is one’s personal opinion. Any image invites the audience to ponder, offering at least several ways of perception. The image is forming an idea using sensitive and logical tools. The idea is being formed when a spectator gives the image a permit to do this. An image is always spots, dots and lines. A spectator builds up the inner nexus and images while just seeing the spots paly on the screen. The brain transforms flat form into something having a volume, parts are merged into the whole. The question is what a spectator sees – a genuine true image or the personal perception of it, formed on a basis of one’s experience and the knowledge of the world. What if it will contain the minimum specification, if it’s gonna be a digital noise, a random combination of 0 and 1? What if the absence of information is a message itself? A sign for one’s brain to think up, to invent the necessary information. The lack of information inside of a given context is a self-sustained image, giving an impulse to a further chain of thoughts. I invite a spectator to dive inside of himself, when he lets the screen be almost blank and sets his imagination free. All the logical thinking is off and the opportunity to observe is on.