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.
‘what if…‘ is a student organized series of design conversations at the Hochschule für bildende Künste (HFBK) Hamburg. The series aims at fostering self-organized space for lectures and discussions on design theory and practice, as well as its social and political implications. We are happy to take part in this series. On november 27th 2019 […]
Our Release Events on the 20th of October at ZK/U (Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik) in Berlin and on the 25th of October at W3 (Werkstatt für internationale Kultur und Politik) in Hamburg were great! Over 400 people in Berlin an around 50 in Hamburg attending lectures and workshops, connecting with each other, and of […]
We are very happy to announce that finally This Is Not an Atlas will be released as a book and want to celebrate this event. After four years of collectively editing, we want to foster the encounter of counter-cartographers from diverse contexts around the globe not only on the pages of Not-an-Atlas but also on the ground. […]