The “DCP Series” is a collection of digital images produced by intentionally corrupting the circuitry of various Kodak DC series low-resolution digital cameras. By rewiring or “preparing” the cameras’ on-board electronics, digital images are produced in a manner that inverts the process of the camera-less photogram; these images are all camera and no light. In addition to re-examining the essential nature of photography in the digital age, the project explores the algorithmic unconscious at work behind the discipline of digital photography. Rather than seeing images of the world through a lens, we catch a glimpse of what the camera sees when it is forced to peer inside its own mind. As much as these images are the residue of an external agency acting upon the camera, they are also machine hallucinations, electric sheep.