The result of the project is impressive.
Artist and photographer Paula, Zucotti drew up a list of things physically and emotionally accompany the person for one day. To do this, she traveled the world and asked people to collect all those things to which they touched in the last 24 hours.
The project participants from different age, cultural, professional and social groups, the Japanese from a young child to a cowboy from Arizona, helped her to document your belongings by placing them within a single frame. It turned out images included in the series of “Everything we touch” (Everything we touch) and the eponymous album. These works are designed to answer the question, can we understand someone’s life just by looking at the objects with which we interacted during the day.
“I felt the need to capture our current interactions with these objects, — says the artist. — Much of what we know about the past civilizations, based on the items of the time. Tools, utensils, clothing, manuscripts and art. Thanks to these things we have learned about how our ancestors worked, hunted, grew and ate and how they dressed or Express themselves. Can modern things to do the same?”