November 10: Mapping Sensation + Affect
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Today my friend Gabi Schillig and her students (graphic designers, information designers, exhibition designers, artists, architects, jewelry designers, product designers, filmmakers, etc.) from the Peter Behrens School of Arts / Düsseldorf University of Applied Science at the Faculty for Design will be visiting with us in class. And you’re all invited to join us for dinner afterward (Taboonette! — our treat!) in the Media Studies “loft” (79 5th Ave, conference room 1718 — right off the elevator lobby).
Map Critique: Nelesi
- Giuliana Bruno, “Art of Mapping” In An Atlas of Emotions: Journeys in Art, Architecture, and Film (New York: Verso, 2002): 205-245 – focus on 210-15, 232-5
- Mei-Po Kwan, “Affecting Geospatial Technologies: Toward a Feminist Politics of Emotion” The Professional Geographer 59:1 (2007): 22-34.
- Christian Nold, biomapping [leaflet]
- Theo Balcomb, “The Sounds of New York City, Circa 1920” NPR (October 22, 2013) [re: Emily Thompson’s “The Roaring Twenties: An Interactive Exploration of the Historical Soundscape of New York City”]
- Shannon Mattern, “Infrastructural Tourism” Places (July 2013).
- Stuart C. Aitken & James Craine, “Affective Geovisualizations” Directions Magazine (2006) [on film and video games as conduits for affect].
- William J. Broad, “A Rising Tide of Noise Is Now Easy to See” New York Times (December 10, 2012) + National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Cetacean & Sound Mapping.
- Tom Conley, Cartographic Cinema (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2007).
- Jonathan Flatley, “Affective Mapping” In Affective Mapping: Melancholia and the Politics of Modernism (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2008): 76-84.