This is the week one assignment for Collective Narrative, an hourly comic exercise. Pick a day and then document each hour of that day in some way.
I understood this assignment to be more about noticing and process and less about producing artistic work, so I kept it simple: I took a picture every hour on the hour for an entire day, Sunday, February 3. I set a series of alarms on my phone and wherever I was when the alarm went off, I took a picture of what I saw. I tried not to concern myself too much with composition or get too critical about the work. One thing I was conscious about was how fun or interesting my life would look. Unfortunately, what you see is a totally mundane Sunday. All of the photos are taken from my point of view so I’m not in any of them. (There is one exception, a shot on the subway; it felt weird to take a picture of some random guy sitting across from me.) I have included only the most bare-bones description for each photo.
This link is to the photos in a presentation format on SlideShare.