Fieldwork
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mosaferat (checking on you)

In just over a week, hundreds of ‘live cams’ guided me from the Balkans to Turkey along the Black Sea to Iran. My ability to observe changed according to the territory I crossed, creating a ‘live-archive’ of over 1600 images. Traveling both night and day, on mostly deserted highways, I had the freedom to stop in places never seen before. I met people I will never see again, and I crossed landscapes that are changing, taking advantage of our absence due to the pandemic. See more

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Temporal School of Experimental Geography is an itinerant network of artists sharing ideas and responses to landscape through fieldwork

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