Rosetta revisited I & II, 2014

Rosetta revisited I, 2014:
Clay, SIM Card, stored data: all contacts & messages from my SIM Card,
assigned Number +49 176 70911945 (last displayed date: 19.01.2015)

Rosetta revisited II, 2014:
Clay, Lexar JumpDrive S73 256GB, stored data: all data from my Mac Book,
Serial number: C02KC5PUFFT0 (last displayed date: 19.01.2015)

Rosetta. Translation and a spacecraft in search of primordial matter in our solar system. In both cases, Rosetta stands for receiving and evaluating information. And it is an archive research, it draws conclusions about a past time. The possibility of translation, understanding is accompanied by classification. This arrangement can be made objectively (hieroglyphs as a writing system; amino acids as part of the solar system) or in subjectively (hieroglyphs as associative, interpretable content; primal matter as a myths supplier). I understand what the thing tells me with my, in my context. The possibility of obtaining information includes their transfer, includes their trade. Which information is considered "negotiable" or "valuable", which is considered "worthless" or "useless"? If I change the label of the folder, does the information in it remain the same?

ROSETTA REVISITED is the combination of two systems. The imprint (hieroglyph or amino acid) is reversed, as it carries basically no information in it. However, one can draw conclusions from the imprint, it is understood. It holds all data and none at the same time. In making my personal digital data available - SIM card and computer content - information is transferred, which can be classified (objectively or subjectively). Complete transparency for the reader, complete intimacy for the transmitter. Self-induced data strip. In terms of time one can draw conclusions about the past, present and future. What do you look for when reviewing unknown data? What sense do they make? With  f you can find everything if you know what to type.