Szymon Rogiński's series of photos illustrates the emergence of the Internet and computers in the chaotic landscape of Polish cities. The ugliness of advertisements, signs and neon signs on makeshift buildings built during the transformation period is intriguing, almost beautiful. Silence, familiarity and peace emanate from the night shots - the dormant "internets" make us think about the role of technology in our lives, but also our presence on the Internet. Rogiński's photographs, despite their hidden depth and unexpected afterimages, are not mystical, they do not depict places of worship filled with timeless presence, or even self-satisfaction. Digital technology has inhabited recognized and modest spaces: apartment blocks, housing estates; regions just like ourselves – ordinary everyday Poles.