by Kelvin Smith
Grid lines, points of intersection and reference, starting points: topography, cartography, map and aerial vision provide palimpsests of meaning, images, locations, human effects, that tell a story in space and time, showing changes of nature, use and ownership, overwritten by digital records.
One text is a counterpoint to the other, published as proximal stimuli dictate, creating warp and weft of culture clothing. Each addition purposefully placed in the context of a publishing tradition is now smeared with markings from the thrown-together, the incomplete.
Publishing is not everything they say it is.