Mapping at Carroll Square Gallery

Carroll Square Gallery, downtown Washington, DCMapping Exhibition, Carroll Square Gallery, Washington, DC

An exhibition of artwork incorporating map images is now up at the Carroll Square Gallery in downtown Washington, DC. Featuring the work of six artists, the show is a nice mix of media and conceptual approaches. Three of my artist’s books are included: Tunnel Map, Everyday Road Signs, and Instructions for Assembly. The first book uses global maps to create a layered world landscape. Everyday Road Signs is a tunnel book that charts a trip across the US through a series of road maps, while Instructions for Assembly builds an imaginary project called “A Clock Compass for the Time/Space Traveler” on maps of the state of Georgia and NASA maps of the sky. The exhibition will be up until June 3rd and is located at 975 F Street, NW.

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