Vuk Cosic reveals what many filmmakers try to hide with digital techniques: the constructed nature of a filmic, photographic or digital image. He uses famous scenes from movies in his series 'ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) history of moving images'. Known images fade away, but they stay recognizable in a collective memory. Reconstructions from Antonioni's 'Blow Up', teleportations from 'Star Trek', scenes from the porn movie 'Deep Throat' and the stairs scene from 'Battleship Potemkin' are reduced to black and green code, but gain power in their new 'old fashioned' form.

Media artist Vuk Cosic is one of the pioneers of the internet art. He became famous when he copied the DocumentaX website in 1997. He represented Slovenia at The Venice Biennale in 2001, had a retrospective in the ICA in London and is one of the founders of Ljudmila, a media lab of Slovene artists.