2015 - present
MAPPING (The Unknown City) is a collection of architectural drawings, cartography and visual representations of space that span various media and methodologies. The work tends to break away from conventional systems of geographical notations, particularly the Cartesian grid, and experiments with layering, emphasis, text, codified notations, and poetic notations of space. Some maps have used spatial analysis tools such as GIS to reveal and connect disparate urban phenomena such as the geographical repercussions of mass incarceration.
What role do you play, or actively discard, in the pursuit of the unknown city? Where does the mapping begin and where does it end?