A simple and obviously strange flicker of the object serves as a catch with which Nonknowledge penetrates the world. If you look closely at the object, you can see the seam — the hole through which it eludes being held, leaving only an envelope in clenched hands. This hole is the Nonknowledge, it serves as a guarantee of ontological autonomy of the object, but not only the object. By applying the Nonknowledge as a frame for events and things, we gain the opportunity to consider them in a situation of constantly disclosing limitations. It is remarkable that this procedure which we call the Media Inversion set the observer himself to the space of autonomy.