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criteria he applied when selecting work for the show. He wanted maps with politics, although not the region's traditional sectarian politics. All the selected maps constitute arguments, critiquing problems in the lived environment or drawing attention to valuable things that may be at risk. The latter sections of the article discuss five of the contributors and looks at their work in detail. In conclusion, the impact of the exhibition is assessed by looking at visitor comments. Illustrated.
Bibliographical noteTwo of the author's own maps were also included in the Mapping Alternative Ulster exhibition, although they are not discussed in this article.
- sectarian politics
- Northern Ireland
- Garrett Carr
- The Rule of the Land
- alternative maps
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Visual Arts and Performing Arts
- Urban Studies
- Geography, Planning and Development
Garrett Carr (Organiser)02 Dec 2016 → 08 Jan 2017
Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Participation in Festival/Exhibition
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