Tourists cross the city along their guided paths, walking swiftly past all things unmentioned. They will flock to the landmarks that the city provides. Then we see that they're all carrying around digital cameras. They are snapping endlessly. Filling the infinite digital space.
At home, the tourist will upload his personal memories into Google maps. There, on the net, shots are growing into a blanket like the leaves on a forest floor. The bigger the throngs, the thicker the cover. It is showing us an artist impression of Tourist World.
Why do we travel at all now we can admire all the sites we could visit in a lifetime without moving a foot? Are we searching Tourist World to see where we should go ourselves? Where more people go, more will be coming. Being one with the crowd must be of great individual importance to us. That's why we're all tourists. That's why we're all artists.