Inefficient mapping: the ethical wayfinding potential of drawing while walking

  • Linda Knight RMIT University

Abstract

This photo essay demonstrates how arts-based methods can translate walking practices into an immanent and ethical research practice. Inefficient mapping brings arts practices and speculative theories together through critical, creative praxis, thereby creating a geontologic methodology for theorizing life in the current ecological crisis. The images convey how mapping the non/in/human while walking, extends awareness of rights, histories, presences and the impacts of settler colonial occupation on lands and inhabitants.

Published
2019-11-14
How to Cite
KnightL. (2019). Inefficient mapping: the ethical wayfinding potential of drawing while walking . Journal of Public Pedagogies, (4). https://doi.org/10.15209/jpp.1192
Section
Articles