Altering cartographies of climate change, Royal Academy, London, 15 April 2019

Later today in London

Progressive Geographies

Altering cartographies of climate change, Royal Academy, London, 15 April 2019, 6.30-8pm

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A panel discussion looking at both material and imagined borders, and the ways in which global warming challenges Western conceptions of territory.

In 2014, Studio Folder initiated the Italian Limes project to survey the fluctuations of the boundary line across the Alps in real time. As a continuation of this project, they have been fascinated by the effects climate change can have on geopolitical understandings of borders and the methods used to represent them.

In this conversation, our panellists will discuss topics of nationalism and cartography using the example of a “moving border” introduced by Italy, Austria, and Switzerland to acknowledge the volatility of the geographical features on Italy’s northern border. The latter is continuously shifting as a result of climate change and often contradicts its representations on official maps. They will both place this case study…

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2 Responses to Altering cartographies of climate change, Royal Academy, London, 15 April 2019

  1. Will there be video of this event????

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