My degree project centres around the exploration of maps and their potential as “subversive” and pedagogical tools.
Through a two-part workshop, I invite participants to become mappers. In the first part of the workshop, participants are instructed to explore a delimited landscape through direct sensory experience, documenting “landmarks”. These landmarks can be any particular point in the landscape that the participants find interesting. In the second part participants will be asked to remap the landscape using the landmarks they documented.
The artistic part of my research is centred around interpreting the new maps that emerge, creating a non-linear mapping of the landscape and experiences as interconnected points in a network of “multiplicity”.