My maps and diagrams were made imagining a world in which nothing is constant or recognizable. They are about confronting the unknown, making sense out of spatial information, and finding one’s way in unfamiliar environments. Although I work from actual maps and diagrams, I leave out references to specific places to make the images more universal and to allow viewers to incorporate their own references. As in real maps, three-dimensional space is distilled into a configuration of lines and shapes to make the design of the environment and the paths in space more apparent. Where real maps are meant to communicate information clearly and efficiently, mine create ambiguity and multiple interpretations.