Atmospheric Cartography: In Print and Online
Cartography is not simply a representation of an area. It is a process informed by perspective, purpose and values. Maps, in turn, inform the perspectives, purposes values of the navigators that use them.
Maps of airspaces are increasingly important for monitoring and communicating information about air pollution and climate change. Now is an opportune moment to constructively question the ontological and aesthetic rationale of what I call ‘atmospheric cartography’…
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Research Interests: breath, phenomenology, embodiment, multi-species storytelling, entanglement, atmosphere, new materialisms, sensory maps, first-person geographies, citizen-science, cultural climatology.