Maria Taniguchi avoids tangible subject matter unless it has been processed through a much wider network. Her works are often the result of displacement or distribution, with an insistence that the boundaries of the objects are unknown or pose questions in some way. In Taniguchi’s works there is normally an outcome that is part image and part object, which re-organizes the tenuous links existing between subject, representation and process. Using the Internet determines how an idea’s point of entry can be developed or processed. New windows open new scenarios, changing and diverting the initial idea and the informational content relies directly on the logic of the network.