Most people would agree that this world exists, that the screen on which you are reading this text is real. But what if it isn’t? A few years ago, this existential discussion was limited to the academic world and science fiction. But things are changing. Tesla founder, Elon Musk, believes that the chance that we do not live in a computer simulation is one in a billion. These considerations have pushed Sara Brincher Galbiati, Peter Helles Eriksen and Tobias Selnaes Markussen to rethink how they would photograph this reality. Over a period of four years, the collective has explored how far humans have come in creating a perfect simulation by gaining access to some of the world’s most prestigious laboratories working with AI and robots. The authors look at the world as if we are all already living inside a simulation, trying to find glitches that might lead us out of it.