Wherever I am not

Every day, from July 16th to August 12th 2000, a new image from another live web-camand a different place helped me outline a journey around Evrope. Writing greetings from places I haven't visited allowed me to walk on the border of two worlds. At the end, I sent a letter whit an explanation of my virtual travels.
Four years later, my cousin Momo Lazetic from Belgrade, sent me a chart where he outlined my journey.

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>From: tanja <tanja.lazetic@guest.arnes.si>
>Subject: Look at me!
>Date: Sun, 13 Aug 2000 20:59:59 +0200
Hi,
I am back in Ljubljana. Although I stayed here in the real world all the time, I travelled the virtual world of Europe. Every day a new image from another live web-cam and a different place helped me outline a journey, which I could travel in real life. Writing greetings from places I haven't visited allowed me to walk on the border of two worlds, places and 'lies', and I am telling you, it was fine, although I went nowhere.
Why do we say we did not go anywhere when we actually want to say that we stayed at home?
I invite you to look at all 28 days of my virtual travels "wherever I'm not'': http://www.2.arnes.si/~tlazet/wherever
See you on next journey, 
Tanja Lazetic
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Tanja Lazetic