We do not see empty figures and outlines; we do not move in straight lines. Everywhere we are surrounded by dapple; the geometry of our embodied lives is curviform, meandering, bi-pedal. Our personal worlds are timed, inter-positional, and contingent. But nowhere in the language of cartography and design do these ordinary experiences appear.
An exploration of walking and mapping as both form and content in art projects using old and new technologies, shoe leather and GPS.
Mezzadra and Neilson explore the atmospheric violence that surrounds borderlands and border struggles across various geographical scales, illustrating their theoretical arguments with illuminating case studies drawn from Europe, Asia, the Pacific, the Americas, and elsewhere.
Using the map as a metaphor, the author explores how writers and cartographers use many of the same devices for plotting and executing their work. This item is part of the Study Room Guide to Remoteness (P2600).
An account of visits to various remote places in order to evoke their spirit of wildness punctuated with reflections on climate change, on destruction of habitat, and on the matters of time and belonging. This item is part of the Study Room Guide to Remoteness (P2600).
Artist book: chronicles the history of conquest and economic interdependence that has shaped the Americas from Columbus to the 1990s.