Tracking Letters_ is made with a software application that records the timing of keyboard entry. Its primary use is as an email entry program. Using the software, I tracked a week’s worth of my own emails, collecting them into this 168-page book. The 34 correspondences demonstrate the variances in speed, pauses and errors that occur when writing. The book refers to a journal or a small sketchbook, a form that holds the same level of intimacy as personal correspondences.
4.5″ x 6.25″ 168-page book
Paper: Lisse 100% Rag, P and Co., Heelsum, Holland. Courtesy of Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book Library. March 2004