26 March to 26 July 2003
Curated by Joselina Cruz
Using the extensive map collection of the library as inspiration, the exhibition explored the possibilities of geography. The exhibition was a journey through history and art, science and emotion, static views and moving images, shifting across disciplines to create arbitrary connections, much like the latitudes and longitudes found on a map. Projections was a richly diverse dip into the field of cartography and geography, seeking to challenge our notions of flat surface by encouraging visual and intellectual reflections of the earth in which we traverse and live in.
Read more about the ideologies behind Projections here.