Finding meaning in the Meaningless is formed through an indirect process of archiving materials. This is based on a personal/private, natural method of archiving and can be seen in a similar manner to Sir John Soane's house or Pitt River's extensive collection of historical artefacts. However this archive differs by disregarding the collecting of objects in excessive value or interest and focuses on what is quite the opposite.
By focusing on what is seemingly meaningless one is able to decrypt, analyse and understand the origins of particular artefacts. Like a psychogeographical archaeologist one sifts through the varying items that they already possess, disregarding any objects that have specific meaning or connotations to what one knows they have already done. Upon finding an object that a person is unable to describe its origin the archival research begins.
the process begins by analysing and understanding the facets of the objects historical context as much as possible, then giving it a tag and pinning it to a board. In this method both the archiving of material and the researching of archived materials are interlinked and seen as one act as opposed to 2 separate acts that is common in the vast majority of archival facilities around the world.