Through a series of hypotheses, this Critical Atlas of Internet aims to develop 15 conceptual spatialization exercises. The purpose of the atlas is to use spatial analysis as a key to understanding social, political and economic issues on Internet by applying assumptions such as: Internet is a dot, Internet’s relief is shaped and controlled, Internet is a dumb network, etc.
As is the case of internet space, the construction of the Atlas is based on digital architecture. It is a unique computer code with an infinite number of display possibilities, both online (website) and on paper. In an idea of responsive print, the publishing has an adaptive format. Based on the CSS print rules, the layout is generated automatically for each new format, and continually adapted and readapted from book to poster format.