|16 Nov 2022||14:30 - 16:30||1NT Seminar room, Darwin College, Cambridge|
An event organised by the Remote sensing: ice, instruments, imagination research network.
How do we engage with remote and hard-to-access spaces? What are the differences in ‘sensing’ icy environments? Investigating instruments and embodiment
In this session, we will consider the relationship between near and far, the field and the remote sensor. How do we engage with places that are hard to access? What tools do we have to relate bodies to distant environments? The session will be chaired by Charlotte Connelly, and we will hear short presentations from Anna Guasco, Adele Jackson and Bruce Gilchrist.
- Guasco, Anna. “On an ethic of not going there.” The Geographical Journal. Accessed July 26, 2022.
- Howkins, Adrian. “Have you been there? Some thoughts on (not) visiting Antarctica.”, Environmental History, 2010.
- “On perception of cold, the performing body and the spectActor”, Performance Research.
- “Seeing like a Rover: Visualization, embodiment, and interaction on the Mars Exploration Rover Mission.”, Social Studies of Science 42, no. 3 (June 2012): 393–414.
For enquiries please contact the Networks Programme Manager.