It’s interesting the things you learn about yourself when you get to track your movement around the city. Over a period of 55 days, I “stalked” myself  using a geolocation application called Moves and analysed my data through Rhinoceros and Grasshopper softwares.

Visualizing such data makes parts of our lives that seem abstract, more tangible and relatable to others. This insight enables us to not only understand ourselves better, but share parts of lives with others too.

Through this exercise, I learned that;

  • I spend so much more time at home than I would readily admit – with Iaac following closely behind.
  • A total of 19 different places where recorded as places that I have been in the last two months.
  • I walk around the city more than any other means of transport.

In gathering data about oneself, the possibilities of what can be learnt are truly endless.




Stalking Yourself is a project of IAAC, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, developed at MaCT (Master in City & Technology),
2017-18 by:
Students: Venessa Williams
Faculty: Rodrigo Aguirre