In this project by Mark Selby “each camera comes with a map of a city to which it is configured, and allows one photo for each grid square on the map. When that photograph has been taken the camera is disabled until the next square is reached. In encouraging exploration, the camera becomes the tour guide.
Meanwhile, machines plot the photographers’ route through the city, producing drawings that can be overlaid onto the map, while the photos they take are printed as they go. These constraints aim to encourage more attentive exploration of the city, more careful consideration of which locations or experiences to record, and consequently, in combination with the materials produced, to allow the creation of more valuable records of experiences.”