Maps by Kim Asendorf – Colour and Topography

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Not often do we find ourselves simply browsing Google Maps. Usually there is always a particular reason behind it, mostly utilitarian impulse to satisfy our immediate need. What if Google Maps could be appreciated and visually enjoyed as pattern of colour and incomprehensive complexity. What if our mind could just endlessly wander, enjoying the topography human and nature co-create.

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