The grid system helps us to structure the world as we learn to know it, segmenting it into smaller regular sections. During the Renaissance, artists would apply the grid to the scenes they were contemplating, in order to capture its perspective with precision. The structure of the digital image today is itself a grid filled with the colour spectrum, an abstract tool which we use to analyze reality in order to comprehend it and subsequently synthetize something new. And this new creation increasingly replaces the natural environment with an artificial world, a “synthetic reality.” With the longer exposure of a photograph, the light projection of the grid in a room causes the moving figure to break into “timespace planes.” As the human figure moves, it forms a new volume arising in the structure of the grid.