The data diary is a personal reflection on my everyday life. It is a snapshot of the world I lived in, my personal situation. The three months of my semester abroad in Prague during Lockdown 2020 are documented.
This work invites you to look secretly into a diary, discover it and maybe relate to the feelings I’ve felt during these times. This book project is my way of connecting digital existence with the natural world. An emotional, more artistic, and less statistical way of visualizing data.