HOW TO LIE WITH MAPS is a series of installations made with black aluminum foil stripes, which build nets-like maps. The work is inspired by the same-named book of Marc Monmonier and on the possibility to create a plausible territory from the perception of an existing one.
Walking in a desert environment
and looking for:
organized structures after the idea of a city
Repetition is a form of change. Is this also the idea of suburbs-urban-planners?
HOW TO LIE WITH MAPS #2 After Marc Monmonier * 2013 – Black aluminum Foil – 500 x 340 cm circa – Site specific at the Odalys Gallery Madrid (ES)
HOW TO LIE WITH MAPS #3 After Marc Monmonier * 2013 – Black Aluminum Foil – 500 x 400 cm circa – View at SUMMA Madrid with the Odalys Gallery (ES).
HOW TO LIE WITH MAPS #01 * 2013 – Black Aluminum Foil – 150 x 250 cm circa.