An Atlas of Radical Cartography
by Lize Mogel & Alexis Bhagat
Far from being neutral accessories, maps are often used as instruments for controlling and shaping beliefs. Conversely, maps can also be at the service of protest and social change. With a set of ten maps and a collection of essays by artists, architects, designers, and writers who analyze the maps and explore their role as political agent, the Atlas illuminates maps' not-so-secret agendas deliberately, openly and convincingly.
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Book Review - An Atlas of Radical Cartography
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