FERAL Map – Brightly coloured dots are used within cartographic conventions as markers and indicators of place. On tourist and transportation maps dots serve to link the geography to its index, to broader sets of interpretations and functions. 
In Feral Map, these markers of place – the dots – where punched and removed from a wide and arbitrary collection of maps. In turn they were grafted, dot-by-dot to obscure all legible text on a large geographic map.


Feral Map, 2015
Markers of place grafted from a selection of maps onto found geographical map
200 X 190cm