context reading for GD project
Who’s Your Data?
A city is not a BMW. You can’t drive it without knowing how it works.
Maps for a Narrative Atlas
A geographer maps the everyday things of a neighborhood, finding poetry in the distribution of wind chimes and the mailman’s delivery route.
Cartographic Grounds: Projective Landscapes
A new exhibition explores a range of cartographic practices, from a medieval map of the British Isles to contemporary data visualization.
People-Mapping Through Google Street View
A study comparing images of New Orleans in 2007 and 2016 found a striking increase in the number of people (and bicycles) occupying public space.
Design, Research, Impact: URBANlab at CCA
A profile of a design center at the California College of the Arts that works to connect academia and the city.
The Interventionist’s Toolkit: 3
How do we judge the success of DIY tactics — of ephemeral works that skirt the edges of activist art and community organizing?