52.519069, 13.366912 12031972 14:55:22
The properties of any location can be described by a unique code, that changes moment by moment.
In the estate of Bob Tagge a device has been found that was designed to capture the spectrum of brightness and color value at a specific location. By recording this data from a large number of viewpoints he tried to discover the unique code of that location and display it in a graph.
Presumably he has destroyed most of the charts, but scattered in the archive are still a number of images he has overlooked or may have kept because he was fascinated by the aesthetics of that particular data set.
This is a location in the Tiergarten in Berlin, recorded on March 12, 1972 from 23 directions.