Designed for screens and most popular on the Internet, Hyper Geography is an arrangement of images that immerses us in a unique digital and mental landscape, conceived to be repeated ad infinitum.
For this book published by Jean Boîte Éditions in 2014, graphic design studio Groupe CCC and the artist Joe Hamilton conceived a monumental landscape. Pages unfold over four meters long, like the map of a new unexplored world.
On the other side of the book, an unreleased essay by Nicolas Thély – entitled Landscapes Without Roots: In Search of the Foundations of an Interconnected World – is set with the sober Cogito family.
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