2018 (ongoing). Pencil, pen, relief and silkscreen print on paper, found objects, digital photographs, GPS data, web-archive.

The way we visually engender the landscape shapes our perception of and relationship to both body and landscape. This map is drawn by a specific body in space – that of transcendentalist philosopher, essayist and surveyor Henry David Thoreau at Walden Pond. The map will engender an archive of experientially generated objects and images gathered during relocated reenactments of Thoreau’s walk, and foreground the bodies implicated in “writing” the physical world.

First edition: 30 Silkscreen and relief prints on paper. 2018.