Monthly Archives: December 2012

Angus Farquhar: Speed of Light

A mesmerising visual display unfolds each night on the ascent to the summit as hundreds of runners wearing specially designed light suits take to the intricate path networks below. As a member of the walking audience you become part of

Angus Farquhar: Speed of Light

A mesmerising visual display unfolds each night on the ascent to the summit as hundreds of runners wearing specially designed light suits take to the intricate path networks below. As a member of the walking audience you become part of

Wastelands to Wonderlands

Check this post out here: http://artcarto.wordpress.com/2012/09/09/wastelands-to-wonderlands/   What caught my attention was the description of Wild Places, ‘Wild landscapes such as moors and heaths can be overwhelming and unknowable, presenting challenges to the human mind. […] Encounters with the wild can

Wastelands to Wonderlands

Check this post out here: http://artcarto.wordpress.com/2012/09/09/wastelands-to-wonderlands/   What caught my attention was the description of Wild Places, ‘Wild landscapes such as moors and heaths can be overwhelming and unknowable, presenting challenges to the human mind. […] Encounters with the wild can

Film Narratives Maps

Check out my post here: http://artcarto.wordpress.com/2012/09/09/film-narratives-maps/

Film Narratives Maps

Check out my post here: http://artcarto.wordpress.com/2012/09/09/film-narratives-maps/

Film Map

Check out my post here: http://artcarto.wordpress.com/2012/08/22/film-map/

Film Map

Check out my post here: http://artcarto.wordpress.com/2012/08/22/film-map/

Graham Hooper: Drawing on Psychogeography – GPS, photography and the new-map

  This is great, and thankfully if he finds time like myself, he’ll post here. Again, when I get a hold of my notes will add, but there are so many projects he references. I like that he says maps

Graham Hooper: Drawing on Psychogeography – GPS, photography and the new-map

  This is great, and thankfully if he finds time like myself, he’ll post here. Again, when I get a hold of my notes will add, but there are so many projects he references. I like that he says maps

Loiterers Resistance Movement

The LRM (Loiterers Resistance Movement) is a Manchester based collective of artists and activists interested in psychogeography, public space and the hidden stories of the city. We can’t agree on what psychogeography means but we all like plants growing out

Loiterers Resistance Movement

The LRM (Loiterers Resistance Movement) is a Manchester based collective of artists and activists interested in psychogeography, public space and the hidden stories of the city. We can’t agree on what psychogeography means but we all like plants growing out

Ifan Shepherd: Maps – GIS – Experiental Engagement: a possible roadmap for Neocartography

He packed this full. It touches on gamification with depicting geography in games. When I get a hold of my notebook, I will add my thoughts from when he presented this.  Found my notebook, he looked at: Videogames as the

Ifan Shepherd: Maps – GIS – Experiental Engagement: a possible roadmap for Neocartography

He packed this full. It touches on gamification with depicting geography in games. When I get a hold of my notebook, I will add my thoughts from when he presented this.  Found my notebook, he looked at: Videogames as the