Category Archive: Mapping

SCANZ2013 Residency

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At the moment we are in New Zealand participating in the SCANZ2013 residency in the Taranaki region of New Zealand. I have been mainly posting blogs on the mediakult and remotexmedia site, but… Continue reading

Yankee Hat Paintings

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Today we headed back to the beautiful Namadji National Park and visited “Yankee Hat Paintings” – some amazing Aboriginal rock art nestled in the foothills of the mountains. The walk is a lovely… Continue reading

Honeysuckle Creek Space Tracking Station

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Yesterday, we headed back to the Namadgi National Park to look at another old space tracking station, at Honeysuckle Creek. Honeysuckle Creek, Space Tracking Station at EveryTrail EveryTrail – Find hiking trails in… Continue reading

Drive to Namadgi national park

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Today, Tracey recorded her first trip with Open GPS Tracker on her Android Galaxy III. After recording this trip the file was then brought into GPS Visualizer and finally Every Trail to create… Continue reading

Topography

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Wikipedia defines topography as “Topography (from Greek τόπος topos, “place”, and γράφω graphō, “write”) is a field of planetary science comprising the study of surface shape and features of the Earth and other… Continue reading

Hybrid maps

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Life has been busy since we returned to Australia after our wonderful two months in Turkey, working on Geokult. Since we then we have spent a lot of time talking about how we… Continue reading

Scalpland – poetic performance (1995-1996)

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Background This performance based work was initially presented as part of course work for Postgraduate Diploma at the University of Queensland, Department of Art History Visiting Scholar program in 1995. It was later… Continue reading

çok lekker

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One of the surprising things that we didn’t really account for on our residency was the cross fertilisation of other cultures and languages aside from Turkish. We had imagined that we would immerse… Continue reading

Map Generalisation

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When depicting information on a map the cartographer has to make choices on how to display the sometimes complex and very dense information without losing the flavour and meaning of what they is… Continue reading

The Cartographic Conundrum

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As a cartographer with an extensive background in topographic mapping I have been trained to produce maps as accurately as I possibly can, but of course a map is only an interpretation and… Continue reading