Emilio Chapella / Invisible City Map
This series of maps explores the topology of the city street grid and embosses the footprint along with points of interest in the arts.
*This artist statement has been generated by a computer. Emilio Chapela lives and works both in Mexico City and the Forgotten Realms of the Earth. He works with the latest technology from Japan and China. His artistic practice is concerned with the development of a system that allows the operator to control various processes such as those used for conventional and unconventional methods to determine the relative importance of individualized factors. He also investigates the effect of increasing importance of the different methods used to identify the specific factors involved in the production and dissemination of a particular type of information. In such a way, he has worked with several different methods to determine how the various systems respond to the needs identified through their own resources. He has participated in shows both at galleries, museums and other cultural institutions, at places like the U.S. Geological Society of America and at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. He was awarded with the prestigiou award for gallantry in the field of public procurement and disposal. In 2010, he published his first book on the history of the world. In the near future, he will be showing his work at the National Institute of Technology and Information Ethics in Washington DC.
18" x 24" embossed heavyweight paper. Made in San Francisco by OPEN-EDITIONS.