Today, the act of viewing images has becomes a part of life itself. Every single image in our lives has been reinterpreted through algorithms based on various experiences, then assigned to personal preferences through reselection and editing. Then, these collected preferences are irresponsibly thrown back into society under the guise of creative self expression, and this becomes another image we experience. As they exist, these preferences are no longer a private possession, but have been shared in the public and become integrated with something beyond a physical space, time. The images of other individuals we unconsciously interpret, collect, and filter, transform into our own images, in which then coerce other individuals into the same unconscious experience, repeating the same errors made previously. Thus, the images laid in the world were already preferences of different individuals, and newly created images are mirroring the original structures of the errors. The artist enlarged the image, which presents various complex preferences, into a size that would be recognized as a space, to offer an experience for viewers to view the various preferences with their own perspectives and examine their own preferences at an objective point of view. This piece is intended to become a growing experimental space where illustrations become designs, designs become art, and images become everyday life.