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The MAP-Makers Shadow: Transformation, Integrity and Anxiety

NACIS 2016 Presentation
Steven R. Holloway, toMake Press
Map-makers are hiding behind the rule-books, and the cartographic-gps-gis-image machine cranks on. To step aside/outside and practice the fourth precept of 'Right MAP Making,' "deep listening through direct-contact" takes not only time & effort, but is central to the integrity of the map-maker and map-making. Integrity and transformation come through listening to our anxiety and awakening to confront the long shadow that casts itself over today's maps; 'Keep the Earth Round.'

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The MAP-Makers Shadow: Transformation, Integrity and Anxiety

  1. 1. the MAP-Makers Shadow Anxiety, Transformation & Integrity steven r holloway toMake™
  2. 2. original image ©steven r holloway
  3. 3. original image ©steven r holloway
  4. 4. original image ©steven r holloway
  5. 5. the Body
  6. 6. original image ©steven r holloway
  7. 7. the map is in the information bundle
  8. 8. original image captured using Theolodite ©steven r holloway
  9. 9. Missoula, Mont weather ©Seasonality Core
  10. 10. Missoula, Mont ©Sun Seeker
  11. 11. personal trail running ©SUUNTO MovesCount
  12. 12. cover image “Coyote Tantras” by Barry Gifford
  13. 13. ki.o.te makes a map
  14. 14. original image from northern circle journal, Glacier-Waterton N.P. ©steven r holloway
  15. 15. original pinhole image ©steven r holloway
  16. 16. the map
  17. 17. Glacier-Waterton Internal Peace Park map by National Park Service
  18. 18. ki.o.e’s woman asks a question
  19. 19. original pinhole image ©steven r holloway
  20. 20. The National Wilderness Preservation System ©National Geographic Trails Illustrated
  21. 21. the map maker, the map & the map reader
  22. 22. original cover artwork for NACIS Cartographic Perspectives ©steven r holloway
  23. 23. original image ©steven r holloway
  24. 24. our maps are translations only just begun cover image “The Eight Stages of Translation” by Robert Bly
  25. 25. journal pages from “Forty Stops on the River” ©steven r holloway
  26. 26. original lithographic print “Again, a real place” ©steven r holloway
  27. 27. original lithographic & relief print “Coming Together I” ©steven r holloway
  28. 28. but what about ? the falls
  29. 29. from “People of the Falls” by David Chance
  30. 30. Grand Coulee dam under construction
  31. 31. Reservoir, once Kettle Falls on the Columbia River
  32. 32. Relocation of Kettle Falls
  33. 33. but what about the salmon ? thus falls the shadow
  34. 34. original image ©steven r hollowayReservoir, once Kettle Falls on the Columbia River
  35. 35. original image ©steven r holloway Reservoir, once Kettle Falls on the Columbia River Salmon spear sharpening stone, 9-10,000 years old
  36. 36. original lithographic print, “Falls the Shadow” ©steven r holloway
  37. 37. but what about ? Capts. M. Lewis & B.Clark … an unwed woman, her mixed race child & unknown father YA) transformation
  38. 38. well I ain’t never seen it & I got NO problem
  39. 39. Wood relief reduction print by James Bailey
  40. 40. original image ©steven r holloway
  41. 41. original pinhole image ©steven r holloway
  42. 42. well I ain’t never seen it the next day ki.o.te . . . Integrity
  43. 43. ink draw with gold flocking ©steven r holloway
  44. 44. original relief print, “The Golden Finger” ©steven r holloway
  45. 45. performance work by Andy Goldsworthy
  46. 46. “The Blessing of the Wheat Fields”
  47. 47. giant straw rope you see with the white shide paper is called a shimenawa and is used to indicate a boundary to something sacred, thus there be a sacred tree!
  48. 48. original pinhole image ©steven r holloway
  49. 49. ki.o.te drew a map of the world
  50. 50. from “Coyote Tantras” by Barry Gifford
  51. 51. original beadwork map of Salish Trail of Tears forced exodus of the Bitterroot valley
  52. 52. original relief print shown in-progress ©steven r holloway
  53. 53. original stone chop ©steven r holloway
  54. 54. original image ©steven r holloway
  55. 55. the MAP-Makers Shadow Anxiety, Transformation & Integrity NACIS 2016 Colorado Springs Presentation ©steven r holloway toMake™
  56. 56. Did I mention that I did some reading …. Images outlined in yellow-gold are ©steven r holloway Original artwork, prints & pinhole photographs are © & outlined in blue Images outlined in green were found on the internet

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