Exhibition Walk-Through: We’ll meet Carin Kuoni and/or Amanda Parmer at Aronson Gallery, on the ground floor of 66 5th Ave, for a guided tour of the Maria Thereza Alves exhibition (4-4:45)
Map Critique: Diana
Guest: Nina Katchadourian (5:30-6:45)
- Skim (look at the pictures, at least!) Ricardo Padrón, “Mapping Imaginary Worlds” in James R. Ackerman & Robert W. Karrow, Jr., Eds., Maps: Finding Our Place in the World (Chicago: University of Chicago Press & The Field Museum, 2007): 255-287.
- Daniel Rosenberg, “Against Infographics,” Art Journal OPEN (March 11, 2016) [on aesthetics & epistemology].
- Joe Hamilton, Indirect Flights (2015).
- Catherine D’Ignazio, “Art and Cartography” in The Encyclopedia of Human Geography (New York: Elsevier, 2009): 190-206 – or (take your pick!) – Denis Wood, “Map Art: Stripping the Mast from the Map” in Rethinking the Power of Maps (New York: Guilford Press, 2010): 189-230.
- Bellerby & Co Globemakers
- See Nina Katchadourian’s map-based work
- Read about Maria Thereza Alves, the 2016-18 Vera List Prize Winner
Denis E. Cosgrove, “Maps, Mapping, Modernity: Art and Cartography in the Twentieth Century,” Imago Mundi 57 (2005): 35-54.
Katherine A. Harmon, The Map as Art: Contemporary Artists Explore Cartography (New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2009).
Karen O’Rourke, Walking and Mapping: Artists as Cartographers (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2013).
Denis Wood, “Map Art” Cartographic Perspectives 53 (Winter 2006): 5-14.
David Woodward, Art and Cartography: Six Historical Essays (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987).