On May 16, Photocartographies: Tattered Fragments of the Map opens at g727 in Los Angeles.

Photocartographies, organized by independent curators Adam Katz and Brian Rosa, is self-described as, "a curatorial project materializing in multiple forms: an exhibition, a publication and a series of public programs."

The map in this project is taken up, "not a representation so much as a system of propositions. This project reveals mapping itself as a generative process of knowledge creation, a liberatory method for re-imagining and re-imaging our world, its built and natural environments, and the relationship between space and place."

Check out the website for more information about the exhibition, related events, artworks for sale, and book (including an essay by Bill Fox).

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