Imagined Geographies: Artists and Maps (2007)
Graham, Robert. (2007, January 18). Imagined Geographies. [Conference presentation]. Panel and Open Discussion at the Saidye Bronfman Centre for the Arts, Montreal, QC, Canada.
In this panel presentation, scholar Robert Graham reviews ways in which artists have used maps or map-making strategies as icons, as survey, or joined with time to render the human geography of place and pathway; sound artist Kathy Kennedy discusses artists’ use of the web as a repository for kinds of mappings that hold sonic information and artist, scientist and inventor Juan Geuer, whose work appears in Conceptual Cartographies, discusses differentials in the art and science of mapping.