Spaces & Illusions

My design for an children’s participatory exhibit titled Spaces & Illusions, which was  installed from 1976–1980, give or take a few months, at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art.

Its appearance here in a blog about a novel way to make world maps may appear incongruous until I offer that the process of designing and installing the exhibit presaged all the constant-scale natural boundary maps you find here.

Presaged in a cluelessly groping way, I admit, but some things take time to resolve themselves.

This image copyright Chuck Clark 2012, all rights reserved.Spaces & Illusions_ChuckClark

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