‘Hyper Geography’ is the latest publication by Joe Hamilton, an Australian-born artist who often uses new technology and found material to create intricate and compelling compositions online, offline, and in-between. For this printed version of Hyper Geography, Hamilton takes a kaleidoscopic look at computer-generated imagery as well as internet memes and explores how cyberspace is constantly changing the relationships between media technologies, space, and time.
Published by Jean Boîte Éditions, this profound result is a testament to a decade of electric information. Hamilton has lavishly illustrated his findings across a four-metre long foldable Leporello – a thoughtful idea to create a publication wherein the first and last pages are connected to each other. To read Hyper Geography is to plunge into a whirlpool of imagination, and surely this book will far exceed your expectations.