When cell phone cameras first became available to consumers, I saw the opportunity to directly interact with my audience. Instead of putting an exhibition up on a wall, I could make photographs for individuals with my cell phone and send directly to them. Starting in 2006, I began a project to do just that. Loosely based on fortune telling, I presented myself as an oracle and artist who would take photographs for callers that, theoretically, answered their personal question. Via email word-of-mouth, I invited the general public to call my phone on the seventh day of the month. Since the idea was for me to randomly create images for them, they were instructed to keep their question secret from me. The other rule was that, whatever my location when they called, that was my starting point to make three unique images and email to them. Upon receipt, they replied and revealed their question. I combined their text with my images and posted the results on the project blog, The Oracle@WiFi. Viewing the triptychs, each question begs an answer to the question it poses. The meaning each person arrives at is entirely subjective so each piece provides an endless number of possible narratives.