Remember that feeling when you’ve got a camera in your hands and you accidentally push the button and take a random picture? Normally you deleted it and didn’t even stop to look at it, because its that random and maybe looks like nothing. Next time just stop and take a closer look at all the textures and forms of this randomness, and you may find you notice something else. Hidden beauty and meaning. Just the fact of a simple accident and its consequences can bring us to a different perception of photography, and allow us to create fruitful outcomes from our mistakes.
This recollection of all the accidents in analog photography invites the viewer to look much further into each picture. Further and further until the point where you really feel the textures, and start to look for concepts or meanings. However, you will never be able to fully understand the photographs themselves, as there was no human thought put into their creation.