Inspired by Ursula K. Le Guin’s science fiction visions, we mapped socio-ecological utopias and dystopias as part of the exhibition „Terra incognita – Questions for the Earth“.
Invited by the ZKU, which we still remember very well as the location of the release event of Not-an-atlas, we organised a collective mapping workshop with the actors of the […]
For the exhibition “León Ferrari – Reproducing Them Infinitely” at the neurotitan gallery, kollektiv orangotango carried out collective mapping. In collaboration with Sol Undurraga we designed a mural in the backyard of Haus Schwarzenberg for the International Day Against Enforced Disappearances 2021.
This map gives visibility to the struggles for the right to housing in times of Covid-19 in Brazil and provides useful information to those threatened by the increased housing precarity that this crisis has led to.
The urban gardens of Berlin exist under the recurring threat of closure. As part of the Gemeingut Grün Fact-Finding Committee at the Center for Art and Urbanism (ZK/U), Kerstin Meyer and Marco Clausen formulated a draft for a tenure treaty for Berlin gardens.
As part of the Birmingham UCU Teachouts, we conducted the workshop “Bodies, Maps, Words: A Creative Writing Workshop” with James Lewis and Cristina Fernández Recasens. Starting from the question of how we unlearned to perceive geographical space through physical feelings and intentions by maps, we asked how we actually perceive and create university space with our bodies.
In the wake of the Corona pandemic, together with activist geographers of the UFRGS’s Geografia Litoral, we created this map to support solidarity organizing in Rio Grande do Sul.
In December 2019, in cooperation with some of our long-time fellow academics, activists and friends, we organized a series of activities on mapping, walking and narrating urban space.
In the ‘Dreamlab’, students of the Bachelor Process Design at the Institute Hyperwerk of the HGK Basel discussed issues at the intersection of society and design with kollektiv orangotango in a one-week mapping workshop.
The whiteboard-tutorial ‘On our and other maps ‘ – drawing by Jonathan Wright – is a quick and easy introduction to critical cartography and collective mapping. The video may be […]
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collective critical mapping manual Inspired by the “mapeo coletivo” of the iconoclasistas from Buenos Aires, we have designed the manual ‘Collective Critical Mapping’. It offers suggestions to inspire political practice […]