June 4, 2016 - Methods and Processes
Thomas Hirshorn mapping philosophers.
I love these. They feel both like they are in motion and situated. They seem like they are still in progress.
“There is a certain parallel to be drawn between the process of knowing and mapping. Both are environmentally situated activities, both are carried out along paths of travel, and both unfold over time. Just as way-finding has to be distinguished from navigation, however, so also mapping must be distinguished from map-making
The first approach explains through positing an isomorphism between structures in the world and structures in the mind, the second explains as the unfolding of a field of relations established through the immersion of the actor-perceiver within a given environmental context”
(Tim Ingold, 2000)
HANNAH ARENDT – MAP (2003)
NIETZSCHE – MAP (2003)
FOUCAULT – MAP (2003)