Blowback is a three-channel video and sound installation based on a found footage that was streamed online from a location — (37.084833, 44.153222) — which shortly after, doomed black and was deleted from the streaming platform. In this video, the streamer takes us, as the spectators, on a short journey on top of a hill and shows us a dystopian desertified landscape. On one level, the first person intermedia figure of the video caused so many fragmented and twisted elements into the footage, on the other, the hybrid agent quality (a body–a sensor) of the footage associates the anxiety, fiction, and untold story of the location. This project, by processing and reconstructing the hidden elements of the footage, attempts to create an immersive, liberating scene in which narrative, myth, and technology are in constant debate, trying to represent the twisted structures of the region.