Can you remember everything you’ve touched today? Argentine-born designer, Paula Zuccotti, asked 62 people to make a note of all the objects they handled in a 24-hour period, then gather them together for a snapshot of their lives.
“Many of the things we know about past civilisations are from insights gathered through their objects,” says Paula Zuccotti.
“Tools, utensils, clothes, manuscripts and art have taught us about the type of work they did, what they hunted, grew and ate, and how they expressed themselves.”
So with that in mind, she decided to make a photographic “time capsule” of 2015 and build up portraits of people through their possessions.
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