About the Show
Maps are representations of a place in time. They are often subjective of the cartographer. In many ways, mapping is a format for discovery and documentation. My work attempts to explore the relationships between the map, the process of mapping, and the cartographer.
This show maps points of intersections of the small island of Vinalhaven off the coast of Rockland, Maine over the course of a week from June 23-29, 2013 with Design Inquiry. Video capture, photography, personal journal entries, and conversations across place and time are overlaid to make interesting connections with time-based information. The result is a series of subjective mapped moments from the lens of the artist.
Sample of slowed down video capture used to examine the activity of the secret garden in Vinalhaven. Activity was discovered and documented.
The exhibition will run from January 10 – March 2 at Playhouse on the Square in Memphis TN.
Monday – Saturday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday: 1–5 p.m.
Channel 5 News will feature a morning segment on the exhibition at 8:00am, January 11 with artist, Cat Normoyle.