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This workshop aims to bring together artists, scholars and students from cartography, geography, the humanities and the arts who are interested in exploring further the relationships between maps, emotions and places. We have a combination of presentations and activities planned to foster these discussions.

 

The workshop is jointly organized by the ICA Commissions on Art & Cartography, Cognitive Issues in Geographic Information Visualization (CogVis), and Topographic Mapping.


Preliminary Program

Saturday 1 July 2017


12:15 - 12:30 Registration


12:30 - 12:45 Workshop Opening

Introduction to the workshop
Sébastien Caquard, Canada, Amy Griffin, Australia, and Alex Kent, UK


12:45 - 14:15 Session 1 - Mapping Memories (Chair: Alex Kent)

Mapping memories in a flooded landscape: a place reenactment project
Justine Gagnon, Université Laval, Canada


Cartographic narratives and deep mapping: a conceptual proposal
Daniel Melo Ribeiro, PUCSP, Brazil


Nostalgic landscapes: Virtually visiting the past with the Liquid Galaxy
Amanda B. Tickner, Michigan State University, USA


Personal Geographies: Experimental Mapmaking through Archive and Memory
Cristina Jumbo and Carolina Velasco, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador


Mapping as a means to evoke sensory impression and experience
Joanna Gardener, RMIT University, Australia


Off Course: A Creative Exploration of Cartography, Cuisine and Narrative
Kelsey Boylan and Preethi Balakrishnan, University of Texas, Austin, USA


14:15 - 14:45 Coffee Break


14:45 - 16:45 Parallel Activities

Experiencing Washington, DC through the maps of the ‘other’
Alexander Kent, Canterbury Christchurch University, UK, and Anja Hopfstock, Bundesamt für Kartographie und Geodäsie, Germany


Mapping the path or a destiny - Chronography
Olga Kisseleva, Pantheon-Sorbonne University, France and Aleksandra Stanczak, France


16:45 - 17:30 Parallel Activity Wrap-Up


Sunday 2 July 2017


9:00 - 11:00 On-Site Activity at FDR Memorial, National Mall

Through the Sensible, Maps and Scores
Mathilde Christmann, Elise Olmedo, and Mathias Poisson, France


We will meet at the FDR Memorial on the National Mall (see map below)


11:00 - 13:00 Lunch and Return Travel to the Churchill Center, Gelman Library, George Washington University


13:00 - 14:30 Session 2 - Tools and Representations (Chair: Sébastien Caquard)

Drawing “videogame mental maps”: from emotional games to emotions of play
Hovig Ter Minassian, University of Tours, France and Manuel Boutet, University of Nice, France


3D Mapping of Safety Perception using Augmented Reality,
Andrew Bell, Antoni Moore, and Sandra Mandic, University of Otago, New Zealand


LINESCAPES: virtual and real experiences of cities
Javiera Advis, Germany


Emotional maps as participatory planning support mechanism
Jirka Panek, Palacky University at Olomouc, Czech Republic


Putting placemarks on watermarks – mapping, fluidity and the River of Emotions
Cate Turk, University of Western Australia, Australia


Viewpoints evoke emotions
Julia Mia Stirnemann, University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland


14:30 - 15:00 Coffee Break


15:00 - 16:30 Session 3 - Perception and Cognition (Chair: Amy Griffin)

Social perception of flood risk in maps – emotions or reality?
Jan D. Bláha, Czech Republic


Mapping experiences of personal appropriation of a new place from a diachronic perspective,
Carmen Brando1, Catherine Dominguès2, Laurence Jolivet2, Eric Mermet1 and Sevil Seten1, EHESS Paris,1 Institut

Géographique National,2 France


Emotional Lines: Collectively mapping Syrian border stories
Meghan Kelly, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA


Visual analysis of objective and subjective references to locations and places
Susanne Bleisch and Daria Hollenstein, FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland


Emotional Framing of Climate Change Maps
Carolyn Fish, Penn State University, USA, and Amy Griffin, UNSW Canberra, Australia


Mapping Emotions: Examples of Power Places
Alenka Poplin, Iowa State University, USA


16:30 - 17:00 Wrap-up (Chairs: Sébastien Caquard and Amy Griffin)


Workshop Location(s)

This workshop will be held at the National Churchill Library and Center which is in the ground floor of the Gelman Libarary at George Washington University in Washington D.C.

 


To get there from the ICC 2017 Conference Venue (the Washington Marriott Wardman Park), it is either a two-mile walk (~45 minutes), or you can travel on the D.C. Metro (Red line from the Woodley Park-Zoo Station to Metro Center Station, then the Silver, Orange or Blue line to the Foggy Bottom-GWU Station).


To get to the FDR Memorial from the Washington Marriott Wardman Park, take the D.C. Metro (Red line from the Woodley Park-Zoo Station to the Metro Center Station, then the Silver, Orange, or Blue line to the Smithsonian Station), followed by a 1.2 mile (~23 minutes) walk.

 

 


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