Wednesday, 8 April 2020


Via the always insightful friend of the blog Nag on the Lake, we are directed to the Atlas of Everyday Objects from the Observational Practises Laboratory that aims to document changes in perception and self-curation (relatedly) of life under global self-isolating and invites the public to create a three-by-three grid of artefacts that have taken on an amplified meaning in these days of limited—albeit temporarily—horizons. Pro-tip: one does not need to use social media or a collage filter to make these grids, just a screen-shot of the gallery of one’s sequential photos, clipped to size. What’s something you imagine that you’ll never see quite the same way again? One can add a narrative or let the formerly overlooked objects speak for themselves.