The works of Ornella Fieres’ series 1887 (2013-2015) are versions of NASA images that have been “painted” using Photoshop. They show stellar formations. The artist develops the digital image files that emerge from this practice as slides, subsequently exposing them with the help of a slide duplicator and sunlight on very sensitive film. This means that we either get to see classical analogue photographs that show depictions of reality by use of data or loose image inventions. One gets to see the “Horsehead Nebula” and the “Pillars of Creation” but also star clusters, which might not even exist.