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Many contemporary optical mapping satellites have the resolution to capture the outline of a human being on the face of the earth 500 kilometres below. However, in order to maintain the superiority of their governmental clients, the companies that operate these satellites often intentionally degrade it to a resolution where individual bodies become imperceptible. As a result public photographic maps appear to depict landscapes which are strangely devoid of human life.
This zine by Lewis Bush highlights sequential satellite maps revealing a transformation of the European landscape by mass migration.