Maps are often thought of as objective, scientific depictions of a particular place, showing important landmarks and the relative distances between them. Maps can show us borders and divisions but also connections and shared spaces. The way we use maps also presents cultural conventions and different points of views, reflecting changes across time and place.

Artists have used the idea of mapping as a way of understanding the world as a complex entity with entangled relationships. In this film, three Adjunct Curators from the Hyundai Tate Research Centre: Transnational look at artists who are imaginatively mapping and remapping the world.

In different ways, they show us the world as an interconnected and continuously changing transnational space.

Featuring Daniella Rose King, Adjunct Curator Caribbean Diasporic Art; Portia Malatjie, Adjunct Curator, Africa & African Diaspora; and Pablo José Ramírez, Adjunct Curator, First Nations & Indigenous Art.

Research supported by Hyundai Tate Research Centre: Transnational in partnership with Hyundai Motor