Print, 2017

The New New World is a map of a speculative world. I offered a response to a written dictionary and
an extensive collection of geographical gazetteer of the world, which had discovered by 1866.
I was fascinated with the many numbers of pages describing places whose name starts with the world ‘new.’

I reorganized them by order of multiplicity of the same named sites then visualized this speculative land with basic geographic shapes.
In the map, the size of each shape bearing name of place correlates with the frequency of the same name.
The project deforms the fact and cracks open the irony of the obsession of European colonization to New Worlds.
Here I shattered the geographical flat plane through filtering to expose the madness of conquest.