Design and manufacturing of a display system
Cartographic representation and geographic databases are used every day by millions of people to move across familiar environments, plan long-range trips, cross national borders, reach shores of unknown countries in hope of a better life, or scan oceanic seabeds for untapped resources. Once directly connected to a physical activity on the territory, often accomplished through a coordinated parade of military and state presence. Earth surveying is now the result of the remote observation by a vast array of orbiting sensors.
Uncharted is composed by a series of representations and experimental maps, which examines the contemporary cartographic infrastructure. Uncharted aims is to unfold the complexity behind the technologies and systems that are shaping the way in which we see and experience our world. The first outcome of this investigation is an interactive installation and a series of experimental visualisations produced for After Belonging, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016.
After Belonging, On Residence. Oslo Architecture Triennale, 2016