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In order to avoid possible duplication of photographs offered for sale and to give an approximate idea of the proportions, eBay sellers cover their items with various utensils. As representatives of size ratio, rulers, lighters, matches, coins, pens, paper clips and other common and unusual objects superimpose photographs of unknown women and interiors. Fingers appear in the picture, as do sticky notes, remnants of adhesive strips, drawings or scribbles with the words "preview" and "do not copy". Made unusable by the interfering elements, these photo-object-arrangements exist within a clearly defined time frame and disappear from the user interface after auction end. Pending from the mass of unintentionally absurd compositions, eBayAesthetics turns the commercially motivated product presentation into an aesthetic for new image making, in which the artist analyzes and appropriates the photographs found methodically and physically.