The work Document is a twofold work. It consists of a disposable camera, presented on a stand and attached to a steel wire. The idea is for the spectator to register his sight on the exposition. At the end of each exposition day the camera is renewed. The camera that is taken away gets developed, whether shots were taken or not. The prints are integrated in the exposition and showed as part 2, as such the installation keeps evolving during the exposition. All takes are present, be it in a latent or in a developed way. The spectator can contemplate the images shot by his/her predecessors while his/her own takes remain hidden. All authors remain anonym. The surprising results, which include e.g. selfies, group pictures, or still lives, are eventually bundled in book format.