Thursday, 14th May, 6 – 8pm 70 Paul Street, EC2A 4NA An evening of presentations looking at how mapping shapes the world around us, and can be used as a design tool. Laura Ferrarello – The Royal College of Art Maps, Nations and Public Spaces in the Age of the Internet This talk addresses the […]
Thank you to everyone who came and made the opening night for the Maps exhibition a great success! Here are a few photos from the event, but please remember we are open until 16th May so please drop by!
As part of our celebration of Maps and all things mapping, we also have a selection of prints, books and design items for sale during the duration of the exhibition! See below for a selection of what’s on offer: Prints by Catriona Robertson; Sabrina Kaici; and Susannah Bradley.
Susannah Bradley is an American-born multi-media installation artist living and working in London. Her work has frequently revolved around questions between man and his role in nature, often exploring how technology supports or destroys the inherent connection there. Her style has matured into a more minimal and simplistic presentation of strongly conceptual art. Blissful or joyful […]
So-Ha Au graduated from the Wimbledon School of Art with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art Painting. She has used diagrams in her work over many years, starting from palm prints, floor-plans, genealogy trees, to dressmaking patterns – to explore issues of personal histories, sites of ‘memories’, and ‘mapping’ identity. She is interested in exploring […]
We invite you to participate in an open table discussion about the social value and role of “Big Data” in everyday life at the event Data Wranglers @ Scene/ Maps on Monday 11th May, 6-8pm. The evening forms part of a programme events accompanying Scene’s ‘Maps’ exhibition at: 70 Paul Street, London, EC2A 4NA. How […]