Images aren't simply ubiquitous. They are also relentless.

You can never really delete an image, and even if you could, any space created in our visual landscape is instantly and unthinkingly filled as soon as it appears.

Sometimes this is the revealing of images behind images, sometimes it is a duplication, or reproduction, or cross-pollenation.

But, if no image comes to fill that space, can it really be empty? or does it become an image of an image erased?