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FALL 2009
San Francisco State University
Exhibition Sept 19-Oct15
Reception: Sept 19 1-3pm

Casco, Utrecht, Netherlands
Exhibition Feb 14-Mar 22
Reception & Mapping Forum: Feb 14, 5-8pm
with Massimo De Angelis, Marion Von Osten, Phillippe Rekacewicz, Andreas Muller, Lize Mogel

Basekamp, Philadelphia
Exhibition Jan 16-Mar 15
Reception Jan 16
Lecture/workshop Jan 17

Fall 2008

The College of New Jersey
10/29-12/3 Exhibition
11/11 Panel

University of Toronto
11/13 Workshop
11/14 Lecture

10/28 Columbia University /Lecture

University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
9/5 Colloquium 3pm
Geography Dept.
Panel 7pm
with Atlas Editors, Pedro Lasch, Denis Wood, and others
9/23-10/18 Exhibition

9/10 Lecture 1pm
GISMO (NY GIS users group)

9/14 Conflux Festival, NYC
Panel 11am
with Regine Debatty, Lize Mogel, Brooke Singer, John Emerson

9/17-9/21 European Social Forum, Malmo Sweden
Lecture 9/18 5pm

9/17 Lecture 10am
Lund University Sch. of Architecture

9/20 Lecture 1pm
Barnes & Noble, downtown Wilkes Barre PA

Summer 2008

6/20-7/8 Skol Art Ctr
Exhibition info
6/20 Reception 7:30pm
6/19 Reading group 7:30pm

Spring 2008

4/25-6/7 Sanctuary for Independent Media
Troy, NY

4/20 Public Release!! Book launch
Los Angeles

3/25-5/5 Dowd Gallery SUNY Cortland
4/22 panel @ Dowd Gallery

4/18 lecture
Farmlab, LA
4/17 panel
Atheneum Library, La Jolla
4/17 panel
AAG Conference, Boston
4/15 Lecture
Lucy Parsons Center, Boston
Winter 2008

2/5-3/12- Redhouse Arts Center
Syracuse, NY
An Atlas exhibition
2/21 reception 5-8pm
2/22 panel discussion 6-8pm

2/20 presentation @ New Museum,1:30 pm
NYC, NY info

2/12- lecture @ 2640, 7pm
Baltimore, MD


NYC Book Launch!
Bluestockings Bookstore
Dec 6, 7-9pm
New York City

11/28- Gallery 400
Chicago, IL
opening reception for An Atlas exhibition
11/30- Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN
lecture 12 pm
12/1- Open Source
Champaign, IL
lecture 7pm
12/3- Southern Illinois University
Carbondale, IL
lecture 6pm

An Atlas of Radical Cartography
is a collection of 10 maps and 10 essays about social issues from globalization to garbage; surveillance to extraordinary rendition; statelessness to visibility; deportation to migration. The map is inherently political-- and the contributions to this book wear their politics on their sleeves.

An Atlas of Radical Cartography provides a critical foundation for an area of work that bridges art/design, cartography/geography, and activism. The maps and essays in this book provoke new understandings of networks and representations of power and its effects on people and places. These new perceptions of the world are the prerequisites of social change.

MAPS | An Architektur | the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP) | Ashley Hunt | Institute for Applied Autonomy with Site-R | Pedro Lasch | Lize Mogel | Trevor Paglen & John Emerson | Brooke Singer | Jane Tsong | Unnayan

ESSAYS | Kolya Abramsky | Maribel Casas-Cortes & Sebastian Cobarrubias | Alejandro De Acosta | Avery F. Gordon | Institute for Applied Autonomy | Sarah Lewison | Jenny Price, Jane Tsong, DJ Waldie, Ellen Sollod, Paul S. Kibel | Heather Rogers | Jai Sen | Visible Collective & Trevor Paglen

EDITORS | Lize Mogel & Alexis Bhagat