Roderick Cornelissen’s The Convolution of the Maluku Archipelago is a wooden relief map of the Maluku (Molucca) Islands in Indonesia, which connects geographical characteristics with statistical data on the area. Since its colonial occupation by Portugal and then the Netherlands, Maluku province has continued to undergo phases of separatism and religious conflict. With his project, Cornelissen aims to make the local reasons for ethnic and economic struggles transparent and relatable.
More information about this project can be found here:
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