( the photographic-diary project ) (2001)

Experimental journal gathering more than 60,000 photographs, from April 12, 2001 to April 12, 2002, in an interactive form of which a preview is available in the website's "Preview" section.

--- Intimate doesn't mean narcissism ---

This creation is a private diary of a human being. Phototgraphy is employed as a revelatory medium, making legible and visible things which are not: feelings, thoughts and obsessions of being. This photographic project is the testimonial of human experience. It is not a matter of mirror but of significance.

--- Living creation, testimonial of reality and virtuality of human ---

The staging restores a changing atmosphere animated by things of an invisible nature, like a journey in apnea where virtual memory becomes fragmented by thoughts which witness a human reality where references are confused by the exhilaration of memories; this diary is the aftermath of a 366 days experience.

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Experimental journal gathering more than 60,000 photographs, from April 12, 2001 to April 12, 2002, in an interactive form of which a preview is available in the website's "Preview" section.

--- Intimate doesn't mean narcissism ---

This creation is a private diary of a human being. Phototgraphy is employed as a revelatory medium, making legible and visible things which are not: feelings, thoughts and obsessions of being. This photographic project is the testimonial of human experience. It is not a matter of mirror but of significance.

--- Living creation, testimonial of reality and virtuality of human ---

The staging restores a changing atmosphere animated by things of an invisible nature, like a journey in apnea where virtual memory becomes fragmented by thoughts which witness a human reality where references are confused by the exhilaration of memories; this diary is the aftermath of a 366 days experience.

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  • uhster | 3 years, 6 months ago
    This project plays with the idea of the personal and the public by creating a digital diary, reminiscent of paper-bound journals. The pages of the dairy include fragmented accounts of various experiences and memories expressed through digital video, photography and other mediums. This piece helps us question how much of  physical experiences and memories can be documented and accounted for by digital means. It also makes us think about the accessibility of personal data by ease of the world wide web.
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