BaltiMorocco disrupts the usual means of navigation via digital devices and layers the two cities in which I lived at the time. In Baltimore, I sought out physical products from Morocco and uploaded documentary images to Google Maps, compiling all of them into a publicly accessible map. It ranged from the specific—Morocco is the world's largest exporter of canned sardines—to the trendy—argan oil as beauty product—to the everyday: mint tea. When someone searches for University Market or Safeway, my images of Moroccan products appear. This project builds upon the precedent of Guy Debord's psychogeography, which proposed strategies for removing pedestrians from day-to-day routines and exploring their surroundings anew.