We try to find the milestones of truth in the set of countless images, but we use the senses of past times. The homogeneity of everyday life is permeated by the chaotic networks of information, in which both real and false information circulate. I’m trying to figure out the semiology of the directed viewpoint mediated by photography and its interpretation mechanics. The meaning of photographs should be defined not by absorbed in their subject, but through their function. In spite of the illusion of objectivity, the representation of photographs is required to be deciphered. The technique of deciphering can be learned and acquired. I have created visuals with manual tools that deceive the viewer for the need for decryption, and which, using the strategy of the directed viewpoint, are about the phenomenon itself. I use the human body as the primary reference source for decoding images.