Landscript is an artistic analysis of how the topography of human movement and migration (physical and psychological) takes shape and determines the social makeup of a city. I view topographical conditions to be important factors in defining and determining human movement, for example migration in the short and long term, as well as in shaping identity. In my artistic analysis based on topography, I intend to develop a topographical language that explores the dependency of human movement and shaping of identity on topographical limitations and margins, and to translate these into artistic forms of expression. Topographical analyses are similar to notational systems in that they can be presented visually and as data, as well as serve to represent dynamics and limitations. This makes topographical analyses ideal for the development of a universal language that serves to record the limits of human movement, to transcribe them into a system of notation, and to function as a system of communication between different forms of artistic language or expression.