By trying to occupy the space between "input" and "output", Putput explores the dualism of everyday objects and situations, turns the ordinary into extraordinary and tries to capture the never seen. The perception and understanding of the world are tested through different scenarios that underline a metaphysical relationship to the material world. Putput thus creates a new transcendental logic in which images become the manifestation of ideas. This highly stylized visual universe borrows explicit references to Pop Art as well as surrealism and reinterprets the classical genre of still lifes through a contemporary prism.