What 2015 looked like, every day, in picture(s).Continue reading
Every day is a photography series I started in 2013 in order to fight my fear of having habits. It has been designed as a daily ritual: one picture from a fixed location, every day I woke up at home paired with a written memory.
- 224 days at home
- 141 days somewhere else:
- one month in Ukraine
- some days in Guernesey and Sark
- some days in England (Brighton, Blenheim, Lewes, Southend-on-Sea, Manchester)
- some weeks in France (Lyon, Paris, Bordeaux, Montpellier, Toulouse, Saint-Malo, Honfleur, Bayeux, Bec-Hellouin, Rennes, Nantes, Le Mans, Saint-Étienne)
- lived in 1 city
- lived in 2 places:
- King's Cross
The figures denote I woke up at home 4 days less compared to 2014. It also surfaces I have been to fewer places in England and in Europe although I travelled to a more diverse set of locations in France. First time in Normandy. First time in Brittany.
Note: Instagram silently removed the grid lines camera feature on Android at some point. It took me a couple of days/weeks to refine the process and eventually end up using the normal Android camera first, then Instagram to edit and publish.
Note to self: I would have loved to be able to extract each slice of pixels from a combination of geometric shapes and streamed images in multiple Web Workers. The result would have been assembled in a single canvas.
2016 is about going beyond and pace.