Jurne’s maps, two of the Bay Area (his home town) and one of Paris, transform maps from ‘rational’ objects to subjective and aesthetic ones. Both painting and writing upon these found forms, Jurne uses them to explore ideas relating to both the process of making art and the exploration of the city as a graffiti artist. Crucially however, all three of them attempt to focus on how being “open to having experiences and open to unpredictability can lead to fruition and growth”.