Tag Archives: Gillian rose

Visual cultural analytics

Gillian Rose responds to an event on visual methods on her blog. She focuses in particular on Lev Manovich’s work at the Software Studies Initiative. I’ve been trying to follow their work for a while, in particular the creative means … Continue reading

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Ubiquitous Photography

Gillian Rose offers some thoughts on Martin Hand’s recently published book Ubiquitous Photography. The interrelation between social media and the embedding of cameras in everyday devices is a bit of a neglected issue.There is a review of this book immanent … Continue reading

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Gillian Rose on cultural studies and digital culture

On her blog Gillian Rose offers some thoughts about John Hartley’s book Digital Futures in Cultural and Media Studies. Here’s a short excerpt: His book also has some very interesting thoughts on the methods required to deal with the nature … Continue reading

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Gillian Rose on Kitchin & Dodge’s code/space

Based on her current project on digital imaging and urban design practice, Gillian Rose provides some thoughts responding to Rob Kitchin & Martin Dodge’s work on Code/Space. Gillian identifies some of the potential limitations of the focus on software.

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Gillian Rose’s blog Visual/Method/Culture

Gillian Rose has a blog called Visual/Method/Culture. It looks like she’s using this as a space to explore her great work on visual methods and visual urbanism. Here is a post linking to a talk she recently gave on visual … Continue reading

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