Laura Woolaston

Through a use of self-appointed rules, my practice documents my own experiences and routines. These outcomes are reliant on predetermined time scales and strict regimes in order to control when and where I am able to record. These documentations then become a minor fragment within a sea of data, acting as a practice. Using photography and other online media, my world becomes observed through splintered insights into my memory.

My practice aims to overwhelm with an accumulation of mundane imagery and information. Eating, sleeping and my front door are small entries into my daily life which focus on daily routine. Such systems interrupt my life and the tracking at times, out-weighs the living. Both the instructions and the outcomes are equally as important. Sometimes the rules leads the outcome and other times, from these results a set of instructions are born.