Invisible Maps: Minor Architectures as Ecologies of Signs
We cannot avoid the touch of the world. Presence emerges out of an ecology of signs; traces with different textures and surfaces that index any given encounter. That’s why we can think of embodied or invisible maps which are not drawn (inscribed) on paper, but on our bodies. They are affective images as Spinoza defined them, compasses orienting our worldliness.
A session with Kristanti Paramita at the London Metropolitan University, organized by Beatrice De Carli and moderated by Ektoras Arkomanis.