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    For an installation about the complexity of truth and the concentrated visible and invisible borders in the urban space of Jerusalem we built a t… Read More
    For an installation about the complexity of truth and the concentrated visible and invisible borders in the urban space of Jerusalem we built a topographic map to use as a projection surface. Satellite data was processed in QGIS and edited in Adobe Illustrator and Rhino. The map was then CNC-milled from grey colored MDF board measuring 1 by 1 meter. Read Less
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For an installation about the complexity of truth and the concentrated visible and invisible borders in the urban space of Jerusalem we built a topographic map to use as a projection surface. Satellite data was processed in QGIS and edited in Adobe Illustrator and Rhino. The map was then CNC-milled from grey colored MDF board measuring one by one meter.

Please have a look at the entire project and some making-of images below.