"Graphs, images, data, and language are elegantly interwoven into a topographic web."—Fia Backström
Available together with a limited-edition print, letterpress on blotter paper, 5.5" x 8.75", signed and numbered (only 75 copies) for a total of $40.
An Interface for a Fractal Landscape is an exploration of potential networking between organic life and digitally recreated nature on a virtual terrain. Taking its cues from a variety of media, including concrete poetry, artists' books, science fiction, nature poetry, and information science, the book follows the experience of an inorganic life form attempting to recreate an organic relationship between organism and landscape on an outmoded server in the era of post-anthropocene collapse. Features: slime molds, cat avatars, organic toads, digital nature, hollow mountains, water textures, archival crawler units, warm baths, interactive maps, inventory management, and poetry.