Presented as a list of digital links, contributors are asked to share 10 things they commonly reference, repeatedly encounter or simply enjoy
at a specific moment in time.
Rather than presenting the links as individual points of interest, the archive would like to amplify the analogies and remote connections that act invisibly
between the chosen items. The selections allude to the author’s interests, large
and small, which in appearance might diverge from their daily profession, but
which undoubtedly influence their output.
While interests are commonly shared, especially between people in
similar professions, one’s reasoning for liking something might differ from someone
else’s. Frequently, an affinity for something is backed by a personal
interpretation, which if explained can unintentionally influence the
spontaneous interpretation of others. The lack of captions or descriptions
leaves space for the selections to be reframed in a myriad of individual
interpretations, a silent game of broken translations.