A mobile mapping station being developed by a team in the Master’s Urban Planning department at Lawrence Technical University, wants to help residents of embattled neighborhoods.
To the Last Tree Standing allows you to explore about 270 square miles of Poland’s Białowieża Forest, which has witnessed increased logging over the past year.
The patron saint of provocation is back with Early Work 1967-79, her first major New York show since 2011.
Dlectricity returns September 25-26, 2020. The deadline for artists to apply is March 3, 2020.
The exhibition is curated by Katharine Harmon, author of You Are Here–NYC: Mapping the Soul of the City, with Jessie Braden, Director, Spatial Analysis and Visualization Initiative, Pratt Institute.
Visitors to the William Vale Hotel can experience interactive, mind-bending projections and more at the immersive exhibition Cascade, on view through October 24.
Popular Tiktoker and art historian Mary McGillivray mapped the angles and visual geometry of the scene to debunk rumors that the musician celebrated his band’s win with cocaine.
Warren Wilson Colleges low-residency MA in Critical Craft Studies produces researchers who turn the mic in a new direction. Applications are due March 1, 2021.
No one can say for certain when, how, where, or why the Sheela-na-gigs were made, or even what they are meant to represent.
Gathering hair, indigo, and artifacts from two South Carolina plantations, Adebunmi Gbadebo: A Dilemma of Inheritance considers the materiality of the past.
Mapping Modernisms points us to the unequal way in which Western Modernist art histories characterize influence between cultures.
For years, artist Serkan Taycan has documented a nearly 40-mile route through the outskirts of Istanbul, which traverses rarely seen landscapes. He facilitates walks through the area, now at risk due to a proposed shipping canal.