This discussion highlights the relationship between the cartographic techniques and their implications for projective design, moving from the scale of the body to that of the region and territory. The instrumental pairing of the map and the plan reveals diverse readings of the ground plane, while providing clues to merge the material and the digital, the analytical and the experiential. The two- three- and four-dimensional works presented are wide-ranging in content and media, but share a high level of precision and dedication to physical description. The panel will touch on the ideas driving the exhibit, the process behind its execution, and the future potentials.
A reception will follow in the lobby exhibition space.
Cartographic Grounds: Projecting the Landscape Imaginary
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