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How Humanity Mapped the Moon Over 300 Years
As countries and corporations get ready for a second space race, London's Map House has mounted a timely show on how humans have represented our closest celestial neighbor.
The Venice Biennale’s Many Inequalities, In Map Form
Why should the best-located national pavilions, established over a century ago, assume importance by default, while more populous or powerful nations struggle for attention?
A Tale of Two Maps: Putting Ecology (& Sustainability) First
If you want to peer into the future of architecture and infrastructure, try comparing the impact of two vastly different maps of the same place. For this post, I am using a map of the United States; but you could use jus
Laura Kurgan & Sarah Williams: Using GIS to Expose Cities’ Injustices
Using sophisticated mapping technology, these information designers uncover hidden data to expose social injustice.