Artist Pete Ashton wanted to demonstrate this fact, so he decided to take a page from the book of another artist, Alvin Lucier. "I Am Sitting In a Room" is a project done by Lucier decades ago where he said a short monologue into a recorder, then played it back in the room, re-recording it over and over again. As it degraded, it became less and less recognizable as a human voice. And basically, the same thing happens here, only with a photo rather than an audio recording. In fact, Pete's project is actually called "I Am Sitting In Stagram."