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marking where we've been
planning where we're going
Badass, 2013 linocut on map
2-dimensional symbols depicting
3-dimensional spaces
marks, points, lines, curves
Astoria, 2012 
how we see, how we travel
life journeys drawn on network graphs
linocut printed on handmade Suminagashi paper, 2014
nautical maps created by controlled
temperatures in conference rooms
coloring social conditions

unclassified rainfalls waiting to be ranked
shipwrecked before they could sail

baltimore, maryland
by suzanne coley


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