“Interpolaciones” originates from the assignment of working with the exhibition space as starting point. On a map of the city of Lima, I used the location of the exhibition space and Peru’s Pan-American Highway Kilometer Zero as initial reference points. From them, I traced a series of isosceles triangles that decrease in size following a geometrical progression. These triangles were disposed on the map as a spiral. Each angle of each triangle marked a specific location in the city. I went to each of these places, I signaled them using a rock and took a photograph of them.
Then I re-sorted the triangles from the map so they formed a square, as in a tangram puzzle. It’s possible to access the images in Google Maps. They remain stored and visible to the public inside the Map. That way, the form remains virtually drawn in the Internet. On the website www.interpolaciones.com, this information was displayed using Google Maps as visualization tool.