FREE EPRINT: Editorial: Perspectives on the contemporary art-geoscience interface, Journal of Maps

Saturday, 28 September, 2019

Tooth, S., Smith, M.J., Viles, H.A. and Parrott, F.
Journal of Maps

This Special Issue of the Journal of Maps is devoted to
highlighting contemporary examples of interdisciplinary collaborations between the arts and the geosciences (e.g. geomorphology, geology, Quaternary studies), with a specific focus upon the exploration of locations using, at least in part, some form of mapping. As previous
contributions to the journal have exemplified, mapping is essential for the exploration of locations, particularly by supplying visual representation to help with the characterisation of three core geographical concepts (Matthews & Herbert, 2008): space (e.g. distances, directions), place (e.g. boundaries, territories), and environment (e.g. biophysical characteristics).