(Im)possible Landscapes: Hyperspace

(Im)possible Landscapes: Hyperspace (2017) is a collection of computer generated asteroids obtained by glitching a 3d algorithm with appropriated Google Maps images from the top 20 countries where refugees come from. The non-topological recreated landscapes of outer space resemblance represent a conceptual tool to both explore a current issue and challenge the notion of representation.
The artwork exists both in prints and as a photobook prototype. Exhibited at I Book Show +