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Gotham City. paratime. ca/v_and_v/pics/gotham_city. 1╇ Mapping Comics Comic publishers have also produced maps that depict features of their worlds. Marvel comics published The Official Handbook of the Marvel Comics map of Manhattan (c. 13c). 2╇ Mapping Music The cover of Neil Young’s album ‘Greendale’ (2003) is a map of the fictional Californian coastal town of Greendale. It shows the elements of life of the Green family relevant to the songs on the album: Captain John Green’s boat; Jed’s seafish apartment; scene of the crime; Carmichael’s house; etc.

And how can we locate ourselves in a world that is increasingly IT-dominated and therefore fluid, instantaneous and consistently interacting? What new systems of orientation are required to explore these spaces which have been scientifically but not yet philosophically investigated, as these mappings do not only concern novel kinds of spatial awareness but also new modes of subjectivity? These and similar questions have recently been frequently addressed by digital artists who even more specifically attempt to map the new forms of human positions and positioning produced by our active and continuous interchanges in real-time.

Mapping becomes much more a question of perspectives and positions of agents who are implicated in these spaces, allowing for both improvisational and subjective positioning in continuous negotiations for space. Therefore, it also involves the body of agents and the new body schema acquired through the development of sensory (visual and auditory) and intelligent machines to extend apparent body limits (cf. Ljungberg 2006). Such processes could be seen as a modern anthropotechnical version of the archaic practice of “wayfaring”, which produced sketch maps of travels and voyages.

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