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Atelier de cartographie expérimentale // Aperçus

Abstract : The Experimental Cartography Workshop, open to researchers coming from various scientific disciplines (geography, sociology, environmental psychology, anthropology, ethnography, design, art, architecture, town planning, etc.) proposes to "dive into the map", to work on the cartographic intention by appropriating and playing around the cartographic codes. On the basis of a proposal (Identity map [card], sensitive walk and visual restitution...), the participants are invited to create their own representations of the territory [the world]. Our proposal pretends to be an introduction to the original approach experienced during intensive three-day work in a short format (half a day, three hours min.). Two different kinds of instructions can be implemented : the creation of an "Identity map" , in order to project oneself into the map on the basis of our own history and life itineraries ; the visual restitution of a "sensitive walk" (working solo or as a group).
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Anne-Christine Bronner, Philippe Rekacewicz, Florence Troin. Atelier de cartographie expérimentale // Aperçus. CIST2018 - Représenter les territoires / Representing territories, Collège international des sciences territoriales (CIST), Mar 2018, Rouen, France. ⟨hal-01854385⟩



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