Monthly Archives: January 2011

Be your own cartographer

OpenStreetMap is an ebook by Jonathan Bennett that teaches you how to become your own cartographer. The book and its accompanying technology allow you to to create your own custom maps or ‘GPS Traces’. A GPS trace or tracklog is simply … Continue reading

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Rescue Geographies: Exploring Understandings of Space and Place with Mobile Technologies

Rescue Geography is a project that sets out to explore understandings of space and place with mobile technologies. Led by academic geographers Phil Jones (University of Birmingham) and James Evans (University of Manchester) Rescue Geography is a non-commercial body interested in trying out … Continue reading

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SymbioticA’s Adaption Program Showcases Art-Geography Collaborations

SymbioticA is an artistic laboratory dedicated to the research, learning, critique and hands-on engagement with the life sciences. Under the direction of Oron Catts, SymbioticA’s emphasis is on experiential practice. SymbioticA facilitates a thriving program of residencies, research, academic courses, … Continue reading

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