The prints in this series are reproductions of blank digital documents from software programs such as Microsoft Word and Excel. Like previous projects (Monochrome Fields and Art as Paper as Potential: Giving/Receiving) that took blank sheets of paper as the source material, the subject of this work is the digital equivalent, digital documents in which no information has been input. The virtual environment of the computer screen has been captured, the resulting files have been slightly cropped to eliminate most of the surrounding architecture (rulers, toolbars, menus, computer desktop, etc.), and then output as a series of archival pigment prints on paper. Through this straightforward process, these overly familiar digital interfaces have been subtly transformed from ephemeral images—templates that are regularly opened, filled with information, saved onto hard drives, and shared via email messages—into strangely familiar images on a tactile substrate.