Seeking Spaces in a Collaborative Map of Lisbon
GPS workshop, Lisbon, Portugal, 21-26/02/2011 by Jeremy Wood
[The Exhibition] [The Project] [2d Details with Aerial Overlays] [3d GPS Architecture]
January 31- April 25 2011
Berardo Museum-Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal www.museuberardo.com
The Berardo Museum-Foundation organizes Mappamundi, an exhibition about maps and contemporary art including video, design, graphic and photographic pieces.
Curated by Guillaume Monsaingeon, the exhibition assembles artists who, over the past 40 years, have worked on maps and who have questioned cartographical representation.
The Mappamundi exhibition presents two works by Jeremy Wood, including Meridians, 8,5 x 1,4 metre inkjet printed on cotton resulting from a GPS drawing along the Greenwich meridian: a walk through London along the quote “It is not down in any map; true places never are.” (Herman Melville, Moby Dick)
Noriko AMBE (JP), Lars ARRHENIUS (SW), Neal BEGGS (GB), Alighiero BOETTI (IT), Daniel CHUST PETERS (SP), DE GEUZEN (NL), Angela DETANICO & Rafael LAIN (BR), Paola DI BELLO (IT), Peter FEND (US), Jochen GERNER (FR), Luigi GHIRRI (IT), Marco GODINHO (LUX), Anawana HALOBA (ZAMB), HONG HAO (CN), Nina KATCHADOURIAN (US), Chris KENNY (GB), John KLIMA (US), Joseph KOSUTH (US), Guillermo KUITCA (AR), Nelson LEIRNER (BR), Cristina LUCAS (SP), Mateo MATE (SP), Satomi MATOBA (JP), Paco MESA & Lola MARAZUELA (SP), Matt MULLICAN (US), Rivane NEUENSCHWANDER (BR), Miguel PALMA (PT), Michelangelo PISTOLETTO (IT), Kathy PRENDERGAST (IR), QIN GA (CN), David RENAUD (FR), Rosana RICALDE (BR), Susan STOCKWELL (GB), Jeanne TERWEN-DE-LOOS (NL), Caterina VAN EETVELDE (BG), Adriana VAREJAO (BR), Jessica VATURI (ISR), Robert WALDEN (US), Jeremy WOOD (GB)
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