All the Places I’ve Never Been

non-visited places data, code, shredded media

In All The Places I’ve Never Been scripts parse a database of 55,000 world locations, removing the ones the artist had visited – the resulting data is burnt, shredded and dispersed into bodily dimensions. Using code to create a negative image of presence over time, the work explores memory and memory, software rewriting the somatic.

Formed part off DOUBLEGOER, on-site and online exhibition in collaboration with Will Gresson.