Maps/Critical Cartography/Urban Humanities
Folded in Place
A photographer deconstructs and reconstructs paper maps.
Now more than ever, we need to create and defend vital spaces of information exchange. Librarians and archivists should be involved in curating urban data.
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.
An Interview with Anuradha Mathur and Dilip da Cunha
Two influential and visionary landscape architects discuss projects from the Mississippi to Mumbai.
Mapping Liberty Plaza
Maps of Zuccotti Park during Occupy Wall Street show the transformation of a corporate plaza into a testing ground for radical ideas about the reorganization of society.
What the Map Cuts Up
Sampling the street sounds of Indianapolis. Photographs and field recordings from the Indy Sound Map.
Cloud and Field
On the resurgence of “field guides” in a networked age. We’ve moved from birding to dronewatching, from natural history to dark ecology. But are we still looking through colonialist binoculars?