Maps Event: Looking Closer at Mapping

Friday, 8th May, 6 – 8pm

70 Paul Street, EC2A 4NA

An evening of presentations delving into the use of mapping as a tool and how to map the unmappable.

Kate CheyneThe University of Brighton

Deep Mapping

The relevance of Deep Mapping to architectural design and understanding and the value of placemaking.

Andy BoltonApplied Wayfinding

How do maps show change?

As soon as a map is published it is out of date. Everything a map tries to pin down, solidify, on the page changes. Borders are redrawn, coastline erode, cities expand and buildings are demolished. 

Hareth PocheeMax R+I Group at Max Fordham

Kilowatt, Gigawatt, Terawatt, What?

A presentation of the project created for ‘Maps’ illustrating the distribution of intensity in human activity as it shifts from residence to work place and back again.

Caspar RodgersAlma-nac


Behind the project ‘Balls!’ – an open source installation that mapped any inputting data the client wanted to collect into movement and colour.

*£3 entry inc. a glass of wine – book through Eventbrite