Posts Tagged ‘mapping’

  • 06.25.2014

    Queerstory display at Toronto City Hall

    YZO is presenting a display of Queerstory – a free locative LGBTQ history app – at the WorldPride City Hall Rotunda exhibit alongside the Canadian Lesbian & Gay Archives (CLGA) display of timeline panels of significant LGBTQ communities and events. June 23 – 29, 2014 8:30AM – 4:30 PM Toronto City Hall 100 Queen Street West

  • 11.03.2010

    NomadicMILK

    NomadikMilk, a project by visual artist, Esther Polak, focuses on tracing the mobility of milk in the Nigerian landscape. She does this by following the nomadic Fulani of Nigeria, as they transport milk in comparison to that of truck drivers hired by PEAK milk, a prominent brand in the country. The trail is mapped with […]

  • 05.25.2010

    geoweb: a body of artistic works on the geographic web

    On Wednesday,  May 26, 2010, at the Society for Arts and Technology [SAT ] in Montreal, Agence TOPO launches a body of four web art projects exploring the thematic of the geographic web. Nowadays, popular cartographic and earth visualization tools have become an increasingly tangible component of how we experience the web. Moreover, the use […]

  • 05.20.2010

    Whose Map is it? new mapping by artists

    Nine contemporary international artists question the underlying structures and hierarchies that inform traditional mapmaking. They provide individual insights that inscribe new, often omitted perspectives onto the map. Film, installation, print and audio are used to challenge the authority of the map and explore wider social and political issues. Whose Map is it? includes three new […]

  • 05.03.2010

    Tracing Mobility: Cartography + Migration in Networked Space

    Nottingham, UK : May 14th, 2010 Trampoline will present the first in a new series of platform events, called Territorial Play. This event will launch the Tracing Mobility programme and seeks to illustrate and annotate the critical debate of the Tracing Mobility Symposia by presenting a day long event of performances, screenings, live music, pervasive […]

  • 04.29.2010

    Indiemapper

    While similar applications like SpatialKey are aimed at business intelligence and interaction, indiemapper is built for cartographers slash designers who want to make static maps. via FlowingData

  • 04.26.2010

    Airspace Rebooted

    Airspace Rebooted from ItoWorld on Vimeo. A visualisation of the northern European airspace returning to use after being closed due to volcanic ash. Due to varying ash density across Europe, the first flights can be seen in some areas on the 18th and by the 20th everywhere is open.

  • 06.08.2007

    DUBIOUS VIEWS

    Dubious Views Questioning Institutional Representations in Tourism and Cartography Curators: Michelle Kasprzak, Michael Alstad, Shawn Micallef The artists discussed in the Dubious Views online exhibition address the role of the “institution” in terms of its effect on the understanding of place. It is examined in relationship to the tourism industry, and in the context of […]