This Primer Manufacture (PM) belongs to a collection set up by the Institute of Cartopology. The collection is an assembled compilation consisting of heterogeneous material related to cartopology in a particular way. Each PM is self-contained and simultaneously belongs to and supports the Forms of Expression.
The collection of PM’s is numbered and structured by sort, type and origin to retrieve a specific PM easier. To recognize a PM, there are two questions to answer: How does it relate to the cartopological context? and, what is the context the PM is taken from?
PM002 – IMAGE
visualization of a sciapod
woodcut from the Nüremberg, 1439
CONTEXT OF PM :
Creatures that never existed but invented and created on maps to represent the scary and unknown places in the world and indicate how daily life took place.
RELATION TO CARTOPOLOGY:
Mythological dwarf-like creature from the middle ages with a single, large foot extending from a leg centered in the middle of their body. Found in studies on creatures of the middle ages.