Imaginary Maps stretches across the borders of traditional cartography to take us on fascinating, insightful journeys meant to intrigue and inspire. The exhibition is a kind of atlas, or, more accurately, an anti-atlas, whose purpose is to travel into social, environmental, political, spiritual, astonishing, outlandish, bizarre, and personal realities, to examine and survey the so-called “real” world along wild, circuitous routes.
Imaginary Maps will be on view through September 29, Monday through Friday, 10 am to 4 pm and Sundays 8 am to Noon. It is sponsored by the Boulder Arts Commission and the First Congregational Church of Boulder. The exhibition is a HOVAB (History of Visual Arts in Boulder) project and curated by Jennifer Heath.