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Testing part of an idea wirrow and I had for a collab about scanning stuff you find around cities you live in/visit, based on the pocket autopsy collab and our personal boxes of treasure. Some of the things could be found anywhere, some are distinctly that city.
this junk I gathered/found/bought in London between 26/12/11 & 04/01/12
This one might actually include stuff from Xi'an and Shanghai but I'm pretty sure most of this is from in and around Beijing. I can't read Chinese so who knows.
Collected over a period of one week in Beijing, June 2008.
Oh, look! Another one! :D this one is less... garbage because it's been 3.5 years and I probably threw away most of the trash. Next time I'm gonna try a different way to autopsy a city rather than scanning my junk collection.
Collected in Hong Kong over four weeks in May & June 2008
And now for something completely different.
This is just to show that it doesn't have to be some fancy place you've travelled, it can be where you currently live. I collected these yesterday when I went to work, on the greenway during my run, when I went to get my mail, and from my own damn apartment. :o)
On the other hand, it might be way more boring than my int'l travel ones... who knows.
Okay! So, these are mostly from 2011 and the various places I went. Possible cities these objects came from are: Baltimore, Washington DC, NYC, Boston, Asheville NC, Denver, and places in Florida.
[i tried lining up the objects this time instead of randomly throwing them on my scanner. I kinda like how it turned out!]
Video to come soon.
Yesterday themetafictionist and I wandered around my hometown of Titusville, Florida. This is what we saw.
Also... I'm not sure what that weird pixelation splat is at 1:14 is.
The London city autopsies me and my sister made, side by side. The interesting part is we went to all the exact same places at the exact same time... and this is what we each collected from the trip.
(mine is on the left, my sister's is on the right)