Posts Tagged: mapping

Tube Map

Becoming Network. Henry C. Beck, Material Culture and the London Tube Map of 1933

Presentation by Sebastian Gießmann (Internet Policy Advisor to the Greens in the German Bundestag). What makes a material network a navigable social space? In my contribution, I will try to demonstrate that the relation of built structures and their media

Tube Map

Becoming Network. Henry C. Beck, Material Culture and the London Tube Map of 1933

Presentation by Sebastian Gießmann (Internet Policy Advisor to the Greens in the German Bundestag). What makes a material network a navigable social space? In my contribution, I will try to demonstrate that the relation of built structures and their media

divining-rod

Divining the Network With the Forked Twig: An Archaeological Approach to Locative Media

Presentation by Alex M. Ingersoll (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill). Locative media and augmented reality applications are part of an increasingly popular group of digital technologies that determine a user’s or object’s physical, geographical position and then provide an

divining-rod

Divining the Network With the Forked Twig: An Archaeological Approach to Locative Media

Presentation by Alex M. Ingersoll (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill). Locative media and augmented reality applications are part of an increasingly popular group of digital technologies that determine a user’s or object’s physical, geographical position and then provide an

Back Camera

Free Lunch Movement: Network as Crime Scene

Performance by Judd Morrissey and Mark Jeffery (SAIC). (psychogeographic walk / digital display / lunch-time performance) The Final Problem / Free Lunch Movement is a year-long project encompassing elements of writing, text mining, data-visualization, and community psychogeography, woven together through

Back Camera

Free Lunch Movement: Network as Crime Scene

Performance by Judd Morrissey and Mark Jeffery (SAIC). (psychogeographic walk / digital display / lunch-time performance) The Final Problem / Free Lunch Movement is a year-long project encompassing elements of writing, text mining, data-visualization, and community psychogeography, woven together through

Circulation Model

Speculative Security: Modeling Future Diseases and Climates

Presentation by Lindsay Thomas (UC Santa Barbara). Through surveying contemporary governmental simulation systems, this paper considers the interrelation of epidemic and climate/weather modeling and the ways in which such living networks imagine and build possible futures. I turn to both

Circulation Model

Speculative Security: Modeling Future Diseases and Climates

Presentation by Lindsay Thomas (UC Santa Barbara). Through surveying contemporary governmental simulation systems, this paper considers the interrelation of epidemic and climate/weather modeling and the ways in which such living networks imagine and build possible futures. I turn to both

Marquee

Forgotten Material Histories of Repurposed Movie Theaters

Presentation by Veronica Paredes (University of Southern California). This presentation will highlight one aspect of Marquee Survivals, an interactive, digital dissertation that explores contemporary conceptions of the repurposed movie theater. Across the United States, movie theaters have been converted into

Marquee

Forgotten Material Histories of Repurposed Movie Theaters

Presentation by Veronica Paredes (University of Southern California). This presentation will highlight one aspect of Marquee Survivals, an interactive, digital dissertation that explores contemporary conceptions of the repurposed movie theater. Across the United States, movie theaters have been converted into

Elite Marriage Networks in Renaissance Italy: Mapping Kinship

Presentation by Renee Baernstein (Miami University). The paper analyzes patterns of aristocratic marriage alliance across regional states of Italy during the period of Spanish domination (1535-1600) to argue that cross-regional marriages helped build a shared Italian culture and language long

Elite Marriage Networks in Renaissance Italy: Mapping Kinship

Presentation by Renee Baernstein (Miami University). The paper analyzes patterns of aristocratic marriage alliance across regional states of Italy during the period of Spanish domination (1535-1600) to argue that cross-regional marriages helped build a shared Italian culture and language long