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Follow the intension

With the first data (breathing, pulse, temperature and galvanic skin response) coming through from my walks in North Devon, it is now down to the practical work of getting ‘good’ data, whatever that is! But  data is a slippery thing, easily detaching itself from its source and cameleon-like adapting to a different context. These lines could represent so many things, if I hadn’t already introduced them as coming from the a walk. The more I work on this project the more I realise that the only thing that you can rely on is intention. You have to trust the intention of the source otherwise the data is useless. The line between true and false date is so very thin. Trust me, I am an artist! More walks next week.

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