The stimulus behind the project was a pure coincidence – a printing error. The consequences of errors are often destructive but errors may also be a creative force generating new ideas. Here, that’s the case. The erroneous computer printout, filed with chaotic and incoprehensible and yet somewwhat consistent lines of symbols, gains new life in a medium-size gallery room, being transferred onto the walls, furniture and office equipment, including dossiers and files, business cards, a computer mouse, CDs, pens, pencils, stamps, binders, etc. As a pure, aestetic and enigmatic pattern, the erroneous printout thus gains new life in the interior of the gallery. The installation highlights the anarchic and subversive character of machines – though normally obedient, they tend to escape human control when we least expect it. It also touches upon the theme of disruption, coincidence and error as well as constitutes an ironic commentary on office work – patterns of often monotonous activities repeated over and over again.