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What does it mean to see your tracks?

From Esther Polak, on the question of self-observation and GPS:

You’re looking at the display, the representation of yourself in the world. That is an important part of the project. The basic emotion that you have when you see yourself for the first time from out of space, from above and leaving a trace. That is my fascination; I like to articulate this feeling in an artistic manner. As you describe it, it has very rough material, just basic astonishment (wow this is me!), I try to form this experience to articulate it. That’s what projects do, they articulate.


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This entry was posted on September 28, 2011 by in other things, thinkings and tagged , , , , .

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