Sketched, snapped, or scribbled on Tumamoc Hill, Tucson's sacred mountain.
Visualizing Tumamoc (Part 1)
by Roseann Hanson, Art and Science Program Coordinator
A map tells you where you’ve been, where you are, and where you’re going — in a sense it’s three tenses in one.” – Peter Greenaway
The Tumamoc community has been away from its geographic heartland for two weeks now. It’s been, I admit, a painful separation.
I decided to do a series of maps of Tumamoc. . . . visualizing our Chemamagi Do’ag in as many ways as I could graphically. If I could not be there in person, I could be there virtually, cartigraphically.
Here I share my first map, a 3D “cutaway” as seen from the northwestern side of the hill, off Anklam Road.
Do you have a Tumamoc map image to share? How do you visualize Tumamoc in part or whole?From above, from the the side, from underground?Please share your vision of Tumamoc.