Mapping is a body of work that is composed of three different types of visual ‘tracings’ or records of my daily activities. Each abstract line is both proof and a result of a particular action in my everyday life.
In the first series, I have been able to map out the movements of my right hand as I move my computer’s cursor in order to check email, surf the web, open digital files, etc.
In the second series, I have chosen to make a visual record of my movements through space, in my home. Twice a day, I placed tracing paper on a two-dimensional floor plan of my apartment and I would draw from memory my daily movements around my home.
For the third series, I placed tracing paper on blue carbon paper in order to record my horizontal displacement as I sat at my work desk in front of my computer.