AboutThis work offers us a new way to look at and engage with photography. It is a testing out of a strategy about image making and image dissemination to make photography vital, alive and full of risk.
Sturrock will undertake a journey alone taking photographs with his mobile phone as he goes. Where he walks to and from is irrelevant to the idea and therefore these coordinates will be generated randomly. These images will be projected live in the gallery as a consecutive slide-show that will be a temporary document of the story of the walk.
The images have a lifespan, and only exist when the show is live. An automatic process in the rotation of images within the computer will incrementally fade each of the jpegs, slowly corrupting each file. The work resists commodification, and places value instead on the here and now.