Special Issue: Mapping Culture Multimodally
Edited by Craig Saper and Nancy Duxbury
This Special Issue of Hyperrhiz uses the phrase cultural mapping to describe both a practice and an emerging interdisciplinary field. With multiple roots extending through theory and diverse areas of practice, from artistic inquiry to community planning, cultural mapping reflects the spatial and placed-based research in cultural and artistic studies, architecture and urban design, geography, sociology, cultural policy and planning, and e-media studies. Its recent adoption within a variety of disciplinary areas has necessitated new methodologies, perspectives, and disciplinary objectives. Continue reading.
A PUBLIC ARTWORK BY JOHN CRAIG FREEMAN WITH CRITICAL COMMENTARY BY JESSICA AUCHTER