24 hours. 1,440 minutes. Or 86,400 seconds.
The Chronicle Project challenges artists to document a single day in their lives and share it with our community. Choose to create a visual record, describe your day in narrative form or depict your path as a chart or map — just make sure to limit your focus to a single 24-hour span. Keep track of something specific, like every sound you hear, or attempt to capture your overall impression of a day. The only restriction is that your work must fold down to a size of 4" x 6". We'll exhibit the resulting chronicles in the Brooklyn Art Library and collapse 1,000 unique days into one.
April 12, 2012
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May 15, 2012
What do you do in a day? The Chronicle Project is an experiment in documentation, designed to encourage a closer inspection of an otherwise average day. Create a record of a single 24-hour span in any medium and send it to us. We'll install each Chronicle we receive in a group exhibition at the Brooklyn Art Library, forming a series of personal reflections on 1,000 unique days. Focus on a specific element of your day — like time, sound, or food — or just capture an overall feeling, mood or impression. Just make sure your work can fold down flat to a size no larger than 4" x 6".