The picture as a soft image. Victoria Pidust renders digital photographic works in photogrammetry software, usually used by architects to create spatial objects. The software tries to reinterpret the two-dimensional space into a three-dimensional space. However, the interpretation of the data within this process leads to completely strange distortions and disturbances. The resulting data partly leaves the classical rectangular space and negotiates the image as data that can be arbitrarily algorithmised in form and content and played out multiform across platforms.