13 Rekacewicz: Mapping Globalisation
 “As soon as you map geographic, economic or demographic data, you are political because you necessarily have to choose. On an A4 sheet huge territories can be represented. Therefore you have to synthesize, leave out, regroup and simplify information. And of course you always have an opinion: If we assume that we are part of an anti-capitalist and anti-globalization-movement, then our intention is for example to point out social injustice and the unequal access to resources.“

May 2004
18 p., ill. b/w, german

with sketches by and an interview with Philippe Rekacewicz

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