In Untitled (Standards) Guidetti presents cultural artifacts of 3D modeling and computer graphics. We see the Utah Teapot and other objects that have passed down through generations of computer graphics software as part of a default palate. These are projected onto a watercolor painting of a seemingly virtual light filled gallery space. As the projection unfolds the angle of sunlight and shadows shift in real-time. The objects are, as Guidetti says, "reverently being preserved in a timeless environment".