These thirteen creative projects form the practical element of my practise-based Ph.D., titled The Mystery of Mapness: The Void Between Mind And Map to be submitted in February 2007 at the University of Portsmouth.

This internet site documents the development of the Thirteen Projects and holds images, working visuals and additional information which was not possible to include within the bound text. This site acts as both a gallery and archive and should be explored in conjunction with the written exegesis. These creative projects were initiated and created over a four year period and are divided into three sections:

MAP TYPES
series of visual investigation to plot map types

MAP CONSTRUCTION PROCESSES
series of artifact productions on investigative themes

MAP ATTRIBUTES
series of artifact productions experimenting with different attributes

For a fuller introduction to the projects and a full listing click on the blue arrow above.
Chapter headings and the Ph.D. abstract are available from the options below. The projects themselves can also be accessed individually from the navigation bar at the top of the screen. For more detailed help and navigational tips click on the ambulance help icon to the left.