MAPPING FLUIDITY  Aqua Fluxus is an ongoing project investigating cartographies of turbulance, chaos and fluidity.  The project documents a series of natural disasters that impacted remote island micro-communities, leading to the displacement, abandonment, rebuilding or cultural reinstating of an entire community. I have visited and studied a series of these situations over the last three years, investigating issues of geographical instability and forced nomadism.  The project investigates develops a series of maps that capture these moments of sudden and unexpected interaction between man and nature. The interest is in the interplay of events as the dominant physical language rather than the physical geography, experimenting with alternative cartographic methods centred around recording the of memory of a place in process.
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