Tormented by the tearing melancholy of split up on the one hand, and the searching for how modern algorithms and randomness affects the image, on the other, Deconstruction is an attempt to rethink the entire image of a woman. Using the three main layers in this work: space, time and memory, I wanted to emphasise the idea of observing and non-interference in the digital manipulation of a photograph which reflects my desire to re-create a woman’s portrait. The shooting was carried out on the cellphone in the panorama mode without using further manipulations on the computer. This work is the first step in inclusion of the interaction of photography and modern digital algorithms in my artistic practice.