108

108 has produced two maps of Alessandria and the surrounding rural landscape. Echoing the engraved rock-art of the Val Camonica (a site with one of the world’s largest collections of prehistoric petroglyphs), 108 is in particular referencing the Bedolina Map, thought to be the world’s most ancient topographic map. Producing depictions of Alessandria by day and night, 108 also reaffirms the way our appreciation of space changes not only seasonally, but within a single 24 hour period.

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