Mapping + Scoring

Exploring mapping as the organization of space and scoring as the organization of time.

There has always been art in cartography. Maps by definition are utilitarian; they bear implicit promises of routes into and out of the unknown.

Is there any motif more malleable, so ripe for appropriation, as maps?

Katharine Harmon, The Map as Art: Contemporary Artists Explore Cartography

Our idea of time is so wrapped up with the metaphor of the line that taking them apart seems virtually impossible.

Daniel Rosenberg and Anthony Grafton, Cartographies of Time: a History of the Timeline

Place Ravignan and Picasso at Montmartre

Scoring the Streets of New Orleans

Power and Ground

Navigating the Bay

Sound Mapping Workshops