⇧ 6 FEBRUARY – 28 FEBRUARY
A series of images documenting my time working as an Uber Eats delivery person during my first year as a full-time art student in Melbourne. While making deliveries, I carried a small Diana Mini film camera in my pocket that divides each 35mm frame into two half-frames. The first half-frame of each image depicts the restaurant where I pick up the order, while the second depicts the destination where I deliver it. Each photograph is accompanied by the date and time of the order, the money I earned making the delivery, and a line tracing the path I took with my bike.
I started working with Uber Eats to make money, but soon became more interested in the delivery process for the images that it produced. I take this possibility as a motivation to continue working in an unremarkable job, transforming labor into a kind of fieldwork, studying the emergent phenomenon of online third-party food delivery from the perspective of the delivery person. The resulting works virtually connect places in the city through the photography process and the lines that depict these relations.