Jila Svicevic, Consumer's Diary (2017)

I collected my receipts printed on thermal papers during my 3 month scholarship at the naturally beautiful Slovenian/Italian border. They witness my spending and administrations. At the end, the papers presented a diary, a chronological order and these intimate data also showed traces of my consumption. A consumer's movements can be traced in time and space. The papers come from two countries, but now they are blended into one spatial network. The traces of the consumption process witness a fading of memories. The numeric space became recycled by natural effects. This way recaptures the consumption by force of nature. (shortened) (found on her website https://www.jilasvicevic.com/consumersdiary )

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