Between Blinks & Buttons is a twofold thesis project about the camera as a networked object. Through making their photos public on the Internet, individuals create traces of themselves. In addition to their value as a memory, each image contains a multitude of information about the context of its creation.
Through this meta-information, every image is linked to the precise moment in time when it was taken, making it possible to see what happened simultaneously in the world at that instant. This work tries to focus the user's imagination on that other, to create narratives that run between one's own memory and a stranger's moment which happened to coincide in time.