Dynamic Madison: Mapping as a Collective

Dynamic Madison: Mapping as a Collective

Caroline Rose
University of Wisconsin–Madison
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Nathaniel V. KELSO

October 15, 2015
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  1. Dynamic Madison: Mapping as a Collective Caroline Rose cmr.rose@gmail.com @cmrRose

    Clare Trainor trainor.clare@gmail.com @ClareMTrainor University of Wisconsin- Madison
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  3. “an atlas is at least implicit in every place” (Solnit

    2010, vii) (2010) (2013)
  4. “The Line-Up: Live Oak Corridors and Carnival Parade Route”

  5. “An atlas is a collection of versions of a place…

    snatching out of the infinite ether of potential versions a few that will be made concrete and visible.” (Solnit 2010, vii)
  6. “Monarchs and Queens: Butterfly Habitats and Queer Public Spaces” “Poison/Palate:

    The Bay Area in Your Body”
  7. Facilitator: Prof. Keith Woodward Doug Adams, Corinne Ehrfurth, Molly Schumacher

    (State Street) Lucy Argent, Michael Arnsteen, Veronica Plum, Laura Szymanski (Glaciers and Movement) Hallah Ghanem, A.J. Rohn, Clare Trainor (Parks and Prisons) Hannah Friedrich, Andrea Lyke, Erik Kramer (Musical Spaces) Kyle Hulse, Wan-Jun Lu, Adrienne Tracy (Park Street and Food) Chelsea Nestel, Griffin Schauer (Paranormal Madison) Greta Hippensteel, Caitlin Quintenz, Colton Schara (Radical Spaces) Clara Dockter, Megan Howell, Kelsi Wallander (Greenbush Neighborhood) Auditing: Caroline Rose
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  9. ◦ State Street Redevelopment / Gentrification ◦ Glaciers and Movement/transportation

    ◦ Parks and Prisons ◦ Musical Spaces and Architecture ◦ Food, Race, and Access on Park Street ◦ Paranormal Madison ◦ Protest Locations and Ultimate Frisbee Fields ◦ Greenbush Neighborhood Eight Topics
  10. Infinite City: a San Francisco Atlas Rebecca Solnit

  11. - One semester - Topics chosen by committee - Random

    distribution of technical skills - No template basemap ...what could go wrong?
  12. “King Street to State Street: Frautschi's Fantasy Comes to Fruition”

  13. “Glacial Past, Dynamic Future”

  14. “Parks and Prisons”

  15. “Musical Spaces”

  16. “The Food Landscape of South Park Street”

  17. “Occult Signs”

  18. “Occult Signs”

  19. “Radical Spaces”

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  21. Ultimate Frisbee and Protest Spaces

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  23. “Radical Spaces”

  24. “Spaghetti Corners: The Intersection of Community and Change”

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  30. Essay Map Typical reading and alternative design process “Maps are

    always invitations in ways that texts and pictures are not” (Solnit 2010,8)
  31. Essay Map Our design process

  32. Essay Map Writing and mapping… which drives the other..?

  33. Death and Beauty Solnit Atlas

  34. • Choose topics based on interest ◦ the challenge of

    technical cartography skills ◦ Teach technical skills early? ◦ Better use of mapping consultants?
  35. • Choose topics based on interest ◦ the challenge of

    technical cartography skills ◦ Teach technical skills early? ◦ Better use of mapping consultants? • Map earlier
  36. • Choose topics based on interest ◦ the challenge of

    technical cartography skills ◦ Teach technical skills early? ◦ Better use of mapping consultants? • Map earlier • Map before writing ◦ could produce different connections: more spatially interesting?
  37. Clare Trainor trainor.clare@gmail.com @ClareMTrainor Caroline Rose cmr.rose@gmail.com @cmrRose