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Posted 10.13.11 | PERMALINK | ESSAY

Denis Wood: Everything Sings: Maps for a Narrative Atlas



Intrusions Under the Hill. Water, gas and sewer lines beneath Boylan Heights. [By Denis Wood, Carter Crawford, Aurora Dee and Tim Hess]

Except as noted, all maps from Everything Sings: Maps for a Narrative Atlas, by Denis Wood, published by Siglio Press in 2010.

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ABOUT THE ESSAY

Everything Sings: Maps for a Narrative Atlas
On Places, geographer Denis Wood and his landscape architecture students map the ordinary, everyday things of a residential neighborhood in Raleigh, North Carolina.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Denis Wood is a geographer, independent scholar and author of several books, including The Power of Maps, which originated as an exhibition he curated for the Cooper Hewitt National Museum of Design.
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