"Rome’s Mobile Timeline is a foray into the psychogeographical properties of urban existence. The project questions how the morphology and embedded meanings of place affect people’s psychological relationships to a particular place, and thus human behavior and the course of events, and vice versa. Stories collected during the project will add to personal and collective understandings of Rome, modifying the city’s past. The revised Rome is built on personal and shared experience...... Each of these stories adds to the repertoire of constantly changing mental constructions of Rome, a city that everyone holds within their mind".
"Rome is... an island in Indonesia, a garden in Wisconsin, a boat ride in Georgia, a nature reserve in Belgium, a hiding place in Romania, a memory of romance in australia, a battle in sweden, an old theater in Colombia, a neighborhood in Mexico, a village where the prime minister of Lesotho lives, and a bike ride along the Tiber river".