The London Underground Map: Imagining Modern Time and Space

“Getting at the meaning of space in maps is particularly problematic because multiple forms of space — the ‘real’ geographic space it reproduces, the

“Getting at the meaning of space in maps is particularly problematic because multiple forms of space — the ‘real’ geographic space it reproduces, the coded space of scale and topology, and the presentational space of its design — are overlaid and laminated together in a map. A map also is an object which occupies space in its own right and it is, as Marx points out, the nature of objects to obscure the conditions of their own production.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE