From 1980 to 2000 Peru was plunged into a civil war that claimed 69.000 lives dead or missing. However, the information is so controlled that it is difficult for people to know much of what happened then and what is happening around them. This video serves as a strategy of resistance to this situation. WARMIKUNA YUYARINIKU is an audiovisual “game” showing the guts of the code: the match at the YouTube database concepts like “Andean world”, “woman” and “political violence”. The images found are the basis of this video. People hanging on information freely accessible sites is who chooses the words under which are recorded. The game focuses on the role of the code as an aesthetic practice: is designed to emphasize and make sense of the conceptual. The computer becomes impersonal logic in human and artistic activity. It is obvious: nine years later, some of the protagonists of human rights violations have been returned to power, and others hope the time.