Collaborative Map

August 22nd, 2019

Geospatial connections between the themes and research being collected during the project are displayed on an interactive, collaborative map.

This interactive map draws together the research being conducted during the Mississippi. An Anthropocene River project, making the landscape readable as a space with proximal connections and interrelations of systems and activities. Using narrative and collaborative research practices, it documents and displays the activities of the Field Stations and all associated projects with direct input from the artists and researchers in the form of posts placed by themselves at specific locations on the map. In addition, thematic compositions of GIS data display will be elaborated by Brian Holmes, acting independently or in collaboration with other artists and researchers. This results in a highly detailed and usable map-based research tool of the entire Mississippi basin that geospatially represents an archive of all the matters of concern identified by project participants.