(De)structures allude to, first, destructure as to destroy the structure of something. By not compesating exposures for the double exposure and not informing the scanner that the orange layer in the cross processed slide is missing, most of the image information is destroyed, and the objects depicted are almost blinded out, apart from their contours. Second, it hints at french meaning of 'de structure' as 'of structure'. The remaining image information reinforces certain structure in the motifs and renders it visible.

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