Photo Credit: Yvette Hawkins
No Land In Particular is an exploration of fictional landscapes using fictional texts as both object and line. Hawkins’ cartographic intervention creates a three dimensional map where recycled book sculptures draw lines that sometimes seem to follow the gallery’s contours but also have a tendency to meander.
The geography of No Land In Particular is both real and imagined; the physical act of ’seeing’ disrupted. The result: a world interwoven with literary and physical illusion.