Mapping Artefact Migration is a long-term web-based research and archive project that aims to create a cartographic visualization of the digital archives of museums and institutions in Europe and North America. Focusing on the migration of artefacts from diverse cultures in the Middle East, Anatolia, the Balkans, Latin America, and Africa, this project utilizes hyperlinks collected from various institutional websites to establish connections not only to the migrations of artefacts, but also to digital spaces like web domains.
In Culture Inventory Atlas, there are nearly 15.000 cultural entities and artefacts marked and classified in a digital cartographic database. We created a website with a search engine and filtered map by entity group, type and location. The user can rediscover cultural properties by examining its historical information and original location. Originated in the geographic region of the Middle East, Anatolia, and the Balkan, the aim is to create an international and open source cultural property database.
A digital publishing project, Ikonographie des Dataismus, explores three different historical belief and value systems: Theism, Humanism and Dataism. Through the lens of iconographic imagery, web and literature research, this project aims to set analogies of contrasting visual languages of each belief and value systems.
Data Platform for the Environmental Activism is a digital mapping project displaying environmental conflicts. Drawing upon relational visualisation of the responsible actors, impacts and commodities, the aim is to build a solidarity data platform for environmental activism.
Anatolian Scripts is a digital cartography and archive web design project. It focuses on the writing culture and epigraphic artefacts from Anatolian civilisations furthering neighbouring geographies, such as East Mediterranean region. This project aims to be a visual reference source and research tool, accessible for everyone.