Human Geography and the Practice of Presence conducted movement research based on two leading theories of human geography: Actor Network Theory and Non-representational theory. These two theories, which have been widely debated within the field of geography, and in their own ways postulate a manner of being in space that involves interacting directly with one’s environment—moving beyond layers of semiotics and abstracted representations.
Human Geography and the Practice of Presence
2008 // iLAB Residency
Sites: Geography of the Brooklyn waterfront from Brooklyn Bridge to Red Hook
Principal Collaborators: Karl Cronin, Sasha Cuerda