top of page
IMG_0415 [EDITED].jpg
IMG_20180705_141351_1 [EDITED].jpg

Folded Map Chicago

Inspired by and in collaboration with Tonika Lewis Johnson's Folded Map photography project, Borderless designed an interactive map installation of Chicago to visualize the powerful geographic component of this project.

As part of Folded Map, Tonika connected residents in the South Side of Chicago –focused in Englewood– with their corresponding North Side addresses, their "twin address", using Madison Avenue as the zero-coordinate to mirror their location on the opposite site of the city. This interactive map aims to complement the photographic and video documentation by enabling visitors to reflect about their own understanding of Chicago's quality of built environment, and their contrasting conditions in the South or North Side.

More about Folded Map Project:

Tonika Johnson Photographer & Activist



Organization: Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA)

Exhibition curated by: Natasha Ritsma

Lead artist: Tonika Lewis Johnson



Valerie Wong, Lily Hernandez

IMG_20180703_172820 [EDITED].jpg
IMG_0420 [EDITED].jpg
IMG_20180718_130502_1 [EDITED].jpg
IMG_0403 [EDITED].jpg
IMG_0407 [EDITED].jpg
IMG_0412 [EDITED].jpg
Photo Jul 06, 7 16 42 PM (1).jpg
Photo Jul 03, 5 55 43 PM.jpg
Photo Jul 03, 6 26 30 PM.jpg
Photo Jul 03, 7 02 10 PM.jpg
bottom of page