A square of 12 by 12 metres comprising of 432 photographic panels, each of them corresponding to a month, and each of them showing small lines, which are the daily sequences of objects.

Today, the 24th of September 2017, marks 14 years since I started photographing every object I have used with my right hand. We are talking about an average of 76 pictures I take every day, a quite accurate DNA of my everyday activity where the object photographs works as the letter of an alphabet. I plan to continue the project until 2040. I will be 60 years old then and the photo and my archive will comprise of approximately 1.000,000 photos. Most importantly, I will have completed the spatial presentation I have planned: a square of 12 by 12 metres comprising of 432 photographic panels, each of them corresponding to a month, and each of them showing small lines, which are the daily sequences of objects. Currently, I am not only attempting to build an architecture where to host this project but also I have assigned to the elements of this architecture, other records of the reality I am experiencing.

A square of 12 by 12 metres comprising of 432 photographic panels, each of them corresponding to a month, and each of them showing small lines, which are the daily sequences of objects.

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