The author is seated in front of a television screen drawing images as fast as they appear and disappear as the TV channels change.
"Instructional Video" traces the inability of human reflection over information and it` s speed. It is laborious to grasp the contours of appearing pictures, and indulging in detail is impossible. The performance on the monitor is an example of parsing of the amount of facts unconnected to each other and also placed in the common context they create. Every possible space is filled up with lines to the effect of a thick tangle of no concrete form, image or contents. Title is out of the end result of “drawing”. It is a way to solve the problem- instruction how to ignore the noise.