Chronography project, dynamic maps, 2017
How people understand the world in terms of physical displacement, like a journey?
If we travel very fast, the space appears in a very reduced way, because of our speed of movement. But how to understand this paradox in a real life, while every journey allows us to mentally open to new places and territories?
Here are some samples of my first project dedicated to cartography of time in today’s world:
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Every journey is a way to re-discover ourselves. We literally grow mentally because of travelling, as our mind fulfills with new data and new connections between them. There are many ways to represent it visually. People are connecting with the others through displacement that can operate as well physically as mentally in virtual reality.
Mapping the path or a destiny?, 2017
workshop organized prior to International Cartographic Conference in Washington DC