A transdisciplinary exploration has allowed the author to combine art, hematology, computer science, and geography to attempt the visual translation of physical pain. Research subjects are stray animals that have experienced traumatic events (such as shooting) which have a lasting impact on their lives or, at times, prove to be fatal. By applying different computational geometry methods, the author creates geographic maps, which reveal the scale of the damage to the body. Thus, the application of transdisciplinarity allows a deeper understanding of complex events.

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