The photograph presents the Russian Suprematist Kasimir Malevich (born February 23, 1878 – died May 15, 1935) at his deathbed. Malevich died in 1935, at the height of Soviet terror. An impenetrable text conceptually runs across Malevich face in Radovič's photograph. At first glance, it appears as a meaningless text, until a glance at the source code reveals it is a text generated by the computer; it is a programming language order that instructs the machine, the computer, how to digitally “depict” precisely this photographic image. Radovič's photo modification is comparable to a reconstruction of photography through technology. The text is printed on a transparent foil (functioning as a photo negative), positioned 1 cm above the photograph of Malevich. Upon exposure the letters of the text are projected onto the photograph. The image itself is of very law resolution, as it is shot with a video camera.