Ten Days A Week
Ten Days A Week was made in situ in Delphi, Greece and is an interactive timeline documenting the trip to Delphi and the projects that people worked on. It was a collaborative effort, but I did the majority of the programming.
"Our 10 days a week website is the result of creative collaboration amongst a group of MFA students who are from different parts of the world, Portugal, Kuwait, Korea, Taiwan and Greece as well as students from the other institutions from Paris, Valencia, Lille and Athens who that found themselves in Delphi as part of an Erasmus programme. During the Delphus project contributions were also made from PhD students from Design and Cultural Studies. 10 days a week represents the experience of the journey, arrival and duration at the centre of the world, in heat and sun, from the physical to the virtual world that was embedded in the process of being there."
It can be found at delphusproject.com.