DC Statehood Green re-envisions the world

Here Be Dragons: In Nikolas Schiller’s Hands, Maps of Familiar Places Become Terra Incognita
By David Montgomery  

“To change the world, start with the maps,” says [Nikolas] Schiller, co-chairman of the [DC] Statehood Green Party in Washington [D.C.]. “As insignificant as my art may be, it’s still an extension of my feeling that each of us has the capacity to change things.”

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To find this mapmaker, you have to know his name, and you have to know where you’re going. You can’t stumble across his work with a generic keyword search because he coded his Web site, www.nikolasschiller.com/, so that Google and other search engines wouldn’t automatically index it. Google would turn up his site only if you already knew of his existence and typed in his name.

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