Materials: photographs, ink on paper.
In the cities where I stay for more than a week I take photographs together with another person. This is done by a system of times. Before I go I think about twelve things relating to the city I am going to visit. I write down the time when I have thought about each of these things. When I arrive to the city I set an alarm each day corresponding to the times I have written down. When the alarm goes I take twelve photos around myself at a degree corresponding to the minute index of the given time. Thereafter I ask the next person I meet if he or she would like to take twelve photos in a circel around himself or herself. This circle should fit to the actual time as well, but now in corresponding to the hour index. After the person has taken the photographs I ask if he or she would like to write twelve words about the place. When I get home I draw twelve symbols out of my own words and the words I have collected about the city.
The project is about to displace my attention in relation to the place and the people I normally would see or contact. This for to establish another reception of reality than the one my consciousness or subconsiousness would establish. Furthermore I wish, through the persons I approach, to get their ideas about the place I am in.
Apart from this the project aims to venture a journey back in time, in the sense that I go to places where I have been before, exclusively to carry through the project with the intention to look at my own memorized reception of reality and tentatively try to change this reception in time.