Examining representations of air quality data intended for governmental to grassroots audiences, and how these representations may prove to be problematic in attempts to reconcile their myriad forms and meanings across contexts and constituencies.
What might mourning loss due to climate change reveal about the deeper relationship between human and non-human life in the environment?
“For Jack Twist and Ennis Del Mar, love is a spatial problem. Their relationship can only seem to find its full expression in the marginal mountains.”
Lily Bui’s “critique of graphical abstracts through the lens of media studies along the following parameters: spreadability, legibility, and serendipity.”
“Whether we admit it or not, the smart city is, indeed, an authoritarian construct. But that doesn’t have to be a terrible thing.”
Lily Bui locates the key points of discussion around open sensor certification, especially as it relates to the evolution of sensor journalism.
“Communities often need a means of communicating to themselves and to each other. And that, dear reader, is where media comes in.”