Atlas San Francisco



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Ground is Geologic.
Land is Political.  
The Ground has been mythically infused with Land through processes of Mapping.
In an earthquake the Ground shakes, but our notions of Land remain rigid.
What if earthquakes shake the Map, disfiguring the Land in response to the movements of the Ground?
Can we utilize this motion as a mechanism to reimagine the city and its spaces, ownership, and finances?
What are the possibilities of spaces formed by the embodiment of these moments of movement?