I have developed a performance about the throwaway culture. The photo booth found in public places is used as the image generator/provider (in my project). The head area equals the projection surface. The performance individually thrives using low value consumer goods and leftovers from the setting/surrounding. The photo booth is used as a matter of proof for the performance, in its use to produce an objective, human existence for an identity document. In order to capture the surrounding as well, video footage supports the process of development. The humans in the (outer) environment are only to hear, not to see since they are either waiting outside of the booth for their turn to take a photo or are passing by unconsciously. The video depicts the single sided communication between the machine and the person which is to be portrayed. The discrepancy between machine and human in the production of biometric passport photos illustrates the loss of individuality. The image that is created isoutput as a photo in the „fun photo“ category, because it cannot comply with the biometric standard.I would consider the performance that was created as surreal because it does not depict what it is nor, where it took place. The pasteover of the mouth enforces the single sided communication between human and machine.