Metadoors

interpreting everyday actions

2011

Metadoors is a try, to find and visualize information hidden in everyday life, something simple as a door. While everyone transfers rooms hundreds of times a week, even small information such as color or the time in which doors have been passed form a set of interesting values.

It is the try to extract as much information as possible from a everyday routine. The very different visualizations and sets of doors represent a lot more information than what can be seen in a single photo. Today, a lot of these apparently meaningless actions are recorded everywhere, online or by surveillance.

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In collaboration with David Friedrich and Michele Kr├╝ger