Friday, 8th May, 6 – 8pm
An evening of presentations delving into the use of mapping as a tool and how to map the unmappable.
Kate Cheyne – The University of Brighton
The relevance of Deep Mapping to architectural design and understanding and the value of placemaking.
Andy Bolton – Applied 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As soon as a map is published it is out of date.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 Pochee – Max 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 Rodgers – Alma-nac
Behind the project ‘Balls!’ – an open source installation that mapped any inputting data the client wanted to collect into movement and colour.