dis/place

LANDSCAPE | INTERRUPTED was created on the traditional unceded and stolen territory of the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh, Nuu-Chah-Nulth, Cowichan, Musqueam and Katzi first people. You can visit these places and see where the photos from this series were taken on the google map, embedded below.

Part of my motivation for map making was through Kimberly Powell’s Multimodal Mapmaking: Working Towards an Entangled Methodology of Place. Here she describes, “mapmaking as a multimodal method and lens for place-based ethnographic inquiry.” She also looks at new understandings of experience involving how “the fields of sensory and materialist studies might expand the interpretive possibilities of multimodal ethnography as an epistemological and ontological lens involving the entanglement of place, body, and experience with knowing and becoming.”