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Cultural Mapping Diary : Shape

Initially my project was just about walking trails in the area. But then as I spent more time here, things have gotten more complex in its development. It usually does, especially when you add in layer of social and environmental history in the equation.

Thus, cultural mapping became the framework for my research. To be honest, this is challenging. Social relations, social history is a very abstract concept. It is not only abstract, it is also thick with interpretation and has multiple layers of understanding. It isn’t a dry fact. It is dynamic and lively. It is change. How to map social changes and movements? When?

But then, it must have a shape … right? This is the geographical shape of Muntuk in Dlingo.

 

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Shape of Muntuk Village, Dlingo, Bantul. 2014.

 

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Shape of the Muntuk Village, Dlingo, Bantul. 2014.

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