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Here I took a time lapse approach, scanning the apartment several times over, projecting onto it a narrative of use. Using an article from the Princeton Alumni Weekly as a point of departure, I wrote a series of scripts that selectively adjust the resolution of this time lapse sequence, culling information from the points and acting on them in ways that try to talk about its narrative of occupation: filtering out certain colors, attracting dense areas of points (the most used areas of the house) to sparse areas, and making certain objects of interest higher resolution than others. My first time lapse experiments tried to deal with material flows, and these attempt to think through flows of occupation.