Our society is turning more and more informative; our reality is increasingly changing into virtual. Information interpretation is becoming almost more important than the information itself. Every second series of billions of ones and zeros are turning dissembled meaningless set of characters into readable symbols, visuals, texts and sounds. In each of ten carved frames, which are mounted on fences and facades of the city, there is a QR code with a famous painting encrypted. Wide carved frame indicates art, though one needs to scan the code to see the picture. The image of the depicted is not identical to the depicted subject itself, but does the modern society see this challenge? Trough multiplying the visual subject the internet desacralizes it and changes it into a character, which in its turn is separated from the subject itself and starts its existence in a vacuum independence, as if it does not belong to anybody specifically and consequently it belongs to everyone.