Countermapping – How visualising landscapes of power can unravel dominant development narratives

Maps often represent dominant social, technical and political systems. In this post, Cla Ruzol and Cian Dayrit describe their work ‘Terrains of Power’ and how the creation of counter-maps can be a valuable tool for disrupting and reimagining unequal social arrangements. The Philippines is a country with seasonal monsoons, frequented by an average of 20 … Continued