One day the Google Maps car appears without warning, it crosses your path. And as you see it, it sees you. Since then, the environment and your body also become digital, turning into pixelated images. Using technologies such as Street View and streaming cameras, the exhibition aims to be a space where to think about the links established between screen and image, reality and fiction. In short, a space where to question the character of these images that arise with the idea of bringing closer what surrounds us. This proposal takes advantage of digital's impalpable feeling to contrast it with the painting's physical character and thus deal with its familiarity. Finally, they are both representations that simulate the possibility of being crossed.