Siting

(ˈsaɪtɪŋ)
Noun
siting (plural sitings)
1. The act of finding a site for something
2. The location or site (of)

Siting is a site-specific one-week photography project during which I photograph within a fixed radius of a temporary work space. Every day I upload the pictures I took during the day to a dedicated weblog documenting the project, as well as thumbnails on a map so it's possible to see where each image was taken.

While I am walking around taking photographs, a screen in the work space shows my location, as I am using a GPS tracker to capture my every move. By the end of each day I choose one photograph (the 'pick-of-the-day') that gets printed on a large format and becomes part of the exhibition that follows my one week of photographically exploring the location's close surroundings.

Editions so far have taken place in Amsterdam (NL, July 2015), Tiel (NL, February/March 2016) and Arnhem (May/June 2016)
 


Siting: Building026 (Arnhem, NL, May/June 2016)

Siting: Kunsthuis Kaayk (Tiel, NL, February/March 2016)

Siting: Qlick Editions (Amsterdam, NL, July 2015)