Tag: Imaginative Dwelling in Troubled Relations
In text and images Anja Byg explores the challenges, joys and paradoxes inherent in our relations with human and non-human others.
‘Maps of the Imagination’
Those who make maps usually try to convince us that maps are neutral and objective representations of physical terrain. However, maps are selective as well as imaginative in that they create and superimpose meanings; they include particular aspects and exclude others, thereby telling us what is important and […]