- Freud in Prison by Freud Museum London
- Free From Festival London UK’s 1st Gluten, Dairy & Refined Sugar Free
- Ye Vagabonds at the Lexington
- Pop Up Africa’s – Africa at Spitalfields 2019
- Cornish rock trio William The Conqueror heading to London’s The Lexington
- Scott Lavene – Unveils sci-fi ‘Superclean’ Video
- The Twang return with brand new single Everytime
- Frankie Lee – Celebrates the release of ‘Stillwater’ at Omeara this month
- Thinking on Sunday: Women of Westminster – The MPs Who Changed Politics
- Memory: short films Session
Cartographies Exhibition will be held at Ugly Duck
‘Cartographies’ is an exhibition of moving image artworks. It explores the technologies of mapping and the mapping of technologies in the contemporary world.
How do we cognitively and physically situate ourselves in modern cartographic networks? What are our terms of engagement with this global and unthinkably complex infrastructure? Where do we stand?
Google Earth, Street View, GPS systems, 3D modelling, algorithms and machine learning all serve the contemporary cartographic imperative – to remap the world as a dense, overlapping weave of digital traces turned into exploitable data.
The artworks featured in this exhibition critically engage with these technologies to find alternative ways of being in and through cartographic networks.
Cartographies Exhibition will be held at Ugly Duck on Friday 22nd of March 2019.
Culture | Cartographies Exhibition