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Eve Blau presents “Mapping Hybrid Urban Conditions in Postsocialist Europe”

Nov 25, 2013
Mapping and its Discontents  Global Urban Humanities COURTESY Spatial Information Design Lab, GSAPP. Columbia University

Eve Blau presented “Mapping Hybrid Urban Conditions in Postsocialist Europe” at UC Berkeley on November 1 in the MAPPING AND ITS DISCONTENTS SYMPOSIUM. The symposium, which was part of the Global Urban Humanities Initiative, was supported by the Mellon Foundation and begged the question, “Is a map a mirror, a window, a weapon, or a work of art?” View the symposium schedule.

In association with the symposium, the Global Urban Humanities Initiative presented an on-line competition and exhibit of notable maps, which featured submissions by Héctor Tarrido-Picart (MLA & MAUD ’15) and Andreas Viglakis (MAUD '14), both of which received notable distinction. View all twenty-three see-through maps the jury found intriguing and worthy of display.

 

Image courtesy Spatial Information Design Lab, GSAPP, Columbia University.



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News: Eve Blau presents “Mapping Hybrid Urban Conditions in Postsocialist Europe”

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