When my hard drive collapsed I lost a decade of photographs. After hard drive recovery I found my photographs corrupted, half greyed out, or glitched; a lot of photos swapped parts thus creating accidental collages. I started to look through these images, trying to reevaluate my past and reconcile myself to the loss. This lead to a series, which mixes Ukrainian politics, my intimate life, and photography assignments, revealing unexpected meanings and connections. The more photographs I found, the more I was fascinated by this idea of error, which reflects Ukrainian reality much more precise, then “clean” image itself.