An interactive installation based on the author’s utopian archiving program. The program simulates the random download of digital files, convertion to image and then it’s printing. In order to recover a digital file encoded on a piece of paper, this process can be reversed by employing a scanner and software capable of reading used universal color codes. The amount of digital information that we produce is staggering (the last two years represent 98% of the data produced from the noted culture’s beginning), and because the digital archive method are impermanent and insufficient, we will have to learn how to destroy data that we consider unworthy to archive to be able to keep the valuable ones. This installation does not constitute an atempt of resolving the problem, but a gesture meant to draw attention to an issue concerning each of us.