The Iconoclasistas collective, based in Argentina, work at the intersection of critical cartography, ecology, and contemporary art (see: cross-pollination). In an effort to both transmit knowledge and support social campaigns, they are engaged in mapping and creating visualizations of social processes. They translate these complex phenomena – often taking place in an “immaterial” online environment – to the visual language of maps, diagrams, and manuals. One of the processes mapped out by the collective is the degradation of natural ecosystems as a result of the long-term activities of international conglomerates. Utilizing their artistic competence, they create complex models explaining the relationship between seemingly disconnected data, such as the effect of the large-scale mining industry on the natural environment and local communities in Argentina, or the disruptions of ecological balance and social ties as a result of the expansion of soy plantations. They indicate the connections between a local situation and global policies, thus facilitating a better understanding of the hidden interest networks and their potential to produce change.