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The De-Volution of Give & Take at (e)merge

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Map of My Territory – All Photos

All documentation photos of the “Map of My Territory” in Flickr set. (Use control-click to open Flickr in a new window and keep this window open.) flickr-gallery mode=”photoset” photoset=”72157627200193116″

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“The Fine Line Between Fact and Fiction”: PC Project 1 (Case Study)

The Fine Line Between Fact and Fiction: The Claymation Videos of Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg.  

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Reflections on the “Map of My Territory”

My initial research into the methods presented on the website Info Vis Wiki played a significant role in process of this map. As a result of this research I ended up referencing the both the Cone Trees and Hyperbolic Tree … Continue reading

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Dialoguing with Creators and Makers – “Map of My Territory”

Dialoguing with Creators and Makers – “Map of My Territory”

Above: Jennifer Mawby “Map of My Territory” (2011) 48″ x 60″ Graphite, Watercolour and Adhesive Tape on Watercolour Paper. (Click twice to enlarge at 1400 pixels wide) A colleague once suggested to me that a contemporary artist is engaged in … Continue reading

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Referencing Thinkers, Scholars and Writers – “Map of My Territory”

Referencing Thinkers, Scholars and Writers – “Map of My Territory”

Once I had identified the areas of study and fields of research that related to my “territory” of interests, aptitudes and enquiry, I identified specific thinkers, scholars and writers who work was also relevant to my “territory”. This exercise served … Continue reading

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Relating to “…ologies” and “…isms” – “Map of My Territory”

Relating to “…ologies” and “…isms” – “Map of My Territory”

Once I had placed the questions on my map which arose from the mind-mapping portion of my map, I considered external references relevant to my “territory”. Specifically, I marked the “ologies” and “ism’s” meaning the areas of study, fields of … Continue reading

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Close-up of Bridging Questions

Close-up of Bridging Questions

The questions that I added to my map formed “bridges” leading from the ideas connected by nodes and lines. The bridges were fixed to the map with re-positionable double-sided tape which will allow for continual development of the map over … Continue reading

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Bridging with Questions – “Map of My Territory”

Bridging with Questions – “Map of My Territory”

At this juncture I paused to consider in what direction to take the map next. Reflecting on the content thus far raised some questions not only about how to further develop the map, but also questions relevant to my research … Continue reading

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From the Hierarchical to the Intuitive – “Map of My Territory”

From the Hierarchical to the Intuitive – “Map of My Territory”

Once I had completed the central part of my map I realized that continuing with the same approach (the Hyperbolic Tree Method) would require that I also continue to create hierarchical lists, built upon categories from my first list of … Continue reading

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