Not on display
- Linotype on paper
- Image: 508 × 629 mm
- Presented by the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975
Map to Not Indicate is one of a series of three prints created by the collective Art and Language, which play with the conventions of marking the world’s geographical boundaries. The extensive title lists all the geographic areas that the artists have removed from the map. Only Iowa and Kentucky are outlined and labelled but, floating like islands, they lose geographical relevance, metaphorically cast adrift from their cartographic moorings.
Gallery label, March 2018
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