16 February 2009

An Introduction to Critical Cartography

Encyclopedia of Life

Cartocacoethes : Why the World’s Oldest Map Isn’t a Map

(Short story in homage to Lewis Carroll's work ) On Exactitude in Science (about a map made to 1:1 scale), by Jorge Luis Borges is located in a collection called, A Universal History of Infamy.

Border interfaces : http://transmedians.be/projects/nathaliek/

Escher’s wink

(Example) MindMap Label Translations

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(Peggy Lee's) Fever

(One of the) Participating Artists

"For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel's sake. the great affair is to move." - Robert Louis StevensonTravels with a Donkey, 1879
"It takes a spiritual GIANT, who upon realizing any degree of unhappiness, decides to be the change they seek - in spite of having to endure the 'same old, same old' that may still linger on for awhile." - The Universe
"A clenched fist cannot receive a gift." - John Roger, Author, Educator
"[Definition of magic] The theatrical linking of a cause with an effect that has no basis in physical reality, but that — in our hearts — ought to." - Teller
"I think it is very fundamental that the human mind has evolved with this enormous capacity to absorb a vast amount of information, by instantaneous visual action, and mathematics takes that and perfects it." - Sir Michael Atiyah. (b. 1929) British-Lebanese mathematician, widely considered one of the greatest geometers of the 20th century." - Via

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