The exhibition “geographic post-colonial: How maps and images make the world”, conceived and realized by the working group Critical Geographies of Global Inequalities at Hamburg University, uses six different keyholes to provide a critical insight into how Hamburg geographers* have been creating the world through maps and images since the 19th century, how these views of the world have changed again and again, and what consequences this has had and continues to have in different areas.
We are happy to take part in a variety of events in Naples, this December, in cooperation with some of our long-time fellow academics, activists and friends: Thursday 12th December: we discuss practices of counter-mapping and publishing critical maps at the Forms of Moving — Forms of Living conference Friday 13th: we present Not-an-Atlas at […]
10 years after organising the Solidarität & Kooperation conference in Tübingen, kollektiv orangotango is back in this familiar setting at the Neckar river bank. In 2009 we co-organised the conference, and in 2010 published the edited volume Solidarische Räume & kooperative Perspektiven – Praxis und Theorie in Lateinamerika und Europa (PDF), to exchange and reflect […]
We are delighted to present ‘This Is Not an Atlas’ in Istanbul and to discuss the potential of counter-mapping in struggles for spatial justice with Mekanda Adalet Derneği – Center for Spatial Justice. Mekanda Adalet Derneği, short MAD, combines activist research, participatory practice, and critical education, to create fairer, more democratic, ecological urban and rural […]
We are happy to invite all of you to an Not-an-Atlas event with Brett Bloom & Bonnie Fortune (in cooperation with Le Monde Diplomatique – Deutsche Ausgabe) this Tuesday, July 2nd, at the 142 Tage für 99 Jahre! Dauergartenfestival of the Prinzessinnengarten (Prinzenstraße 35-38, 10969 Berlin). In their workshop about Deep Mapping, Brett Bloom and […]