«An Atlas of Radical Cartography» brings together a number of mapping strategies that traverse areas of practice such as art, design, activism, cartography and geography, focusing on the map’s function as a political agent. Conceived and organized by New York-based artists Lize Mogel and Alexis Bhagat, «An Atlas of Radical Cartography» began as a publication of ten maps and ten essays and evolved into a traveling exhibition. At Casco, the exhibition includes works of radical cartography by fifteen international artists, architects, activists and collectives. They take on a range of pressing social and political issues from globalization and economic inequity to diverse urban concerns, in the process creating new imaginary territories and anticipating possible actions.
Curated by: Lize Mogel & Alexis Bagat
Contributions by: An Architektur with a42.org, Bureau d’Etudes, the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP), Jacqueline Goss, hackitectura.net & Indymedia Estrecho, Ashley Hunt, Institute for Applied Autonomy with Site-R, Labor k3000 in collaboration with TRANSIT MIGRATION, Pedro Lasch, Lize Mogel, Trevor Paglen & John Emerson, Philippe Rekacewicz, Brooke Singer, Jane Tsong, Unnayan
Exhibition Design: Kooperative für Darstellungspolitik (Andreas Müller)