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Mapping It Out by
Call Number: N8222.M375 M37 2014
There are reworked existing maps, alternate views of reality, charted imaginary flights of fancy, and the occasional rejection of a traditional map altogether.
The Map as Art by
Call Number: N8222.M375 H37 2009
Publication Date: 2010-09-01
Using paint, salt, souvenir tea towels, or their own bodies, map artists explore mapping free of geographical constraints.
Walking and Mapping by
Call Number: NX175 .O76 2013
Publication Date: 2013-03-29
In Walking and Mapping, Karen O'Rourke explores a series of walking/mapping projects by contemporary artists.
You Are Here by
Publication Date: 2003-10-01
You Are Here is a wide-ranging collection of superbly inventive maps. These are charts of places you're not expected to find, but a voyage you take in your mind.
"Soundcities is an open online database of the thousands of sounds from around the world and you can visits the various cities and create soundmaps."
Montreal Sound Map
Publicly generated soundscape of Montreal. Users may listen to and upload new sound clips to an interactive map.
British Library - Sound Maps
A wide variety of sound maps including global English accents, wildlife and more.
How to Make a Sound Map
An article with apps and ideas for making a sound map.
List of Sound Maps
A short list of sound map sites.
Conceptual, Art and Sensory Mapping Links
Dérive and Psychogeography
Wikipedia Definition - Dérive
In psychogeography, a dérive (French: [/de.ʁiv/], "drift") is an unplanned journey through a landscape, usually urban, on which the subtle aesthetic contours of the surrounding architecture and geography subconsciously direct the travelers, with the ultimate goal of encountering an entirely new and authentic experience.
Mapping Weird Stuff
Interesting blog on the subject of psychogeography.
Theory of the Dérive
Essay on the practice of Dérive by situationist Guy Dubord.