17 Dec TALK: LIMES vs MIGRANT JOURNAL
SUNDAY 3 FEBRUARY – H 14:00 | SALA DI RE ENZO
MIGRATIONS REPRESENTATION AND CONFLICTS MAPS: TWO HIGHLY SUGGESTIVE GEOPOLITICAL PROJECTS.
How can we track migration flows?
Which methods and instruments are most suitable for this task?
Which markers can we use to identify the changes brought by migrations flows?
Can public debate effect this phenomenon? Given the use of maps, infographics and other means of classifying and conveying information, how does the publishing sector relates to an event that is hitting each area of contemporary society?
Founded in 1993 right after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Limes highlights the new dynamics born from the collapse of those borders, migration playing a very important role in this scenario.
Migrant Journal explores the circulation of people, goods, information, but also fauna and flora, around the world and the transformative impact they have on space.
Dámaso Randulfe, Editor of Migrant Journal. Lecturer at The Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design (London)
Il mediterraneo è pietra
Laura Canali, Artista cartografa di Limes – Rivista Italiana di Geopolitica e MacroGeo