Above and below series I-IV
Artist's books (archival paper, typewriter type, glassine paper).
105X148mm each, 201 7.

These maps, both visually blind and visually present, are to conduct the way a map sees everything and potentially nothing all the same. These maps are not capable of the guidance the generalised map assumes to give, rather they are statements towards a particular way of seeing within the world. That sight has become an approved way of apprehending reality, but it is this reality we need reminding of - the way we access information, understand it, become blind to it. These maps then become the ultimate reference guide as to how we do and do not see.