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GIS library services: GIS and Art

Art

Useful links

Articles

Albers, S. 1987. "The Mapping Impulse in Dutch Art." In Art and Cartography: Six Historical Essays. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Cartwright, W., Gartner, G. 2009. "Maps and mapping in the eyes of artists and cartographers - experiences from the International Symposium of Cartography and Art." Lecture notes in geoinformation and cartography. Springer. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-68569-2_1

Keates, J. 1984. "The Cartographic Art." Cartographica 21: 1. pp. 37-43

Krygier, J. 1995. "Cartography as an art and a science?" The Cartographic Journal 32: 6. pp. 3-10

Rees, R. 1980. "Historical Links Between Cartography and Art." The Geographical Review 70: 1. pp. 61-78

Robinson, A. 1989. "Cartography as an Art." In: D. Rhind and D. Taylor. Cartography Past, Present and Future: A Festschrift for F.J. Ormeling. London: Elsevier Applied Science Publishers

Woodward, D. 1987. "Introduction." In Art and Cartography: Six Historical Essays. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

GIS and Art

Maps have often been works of art, and can visually represent the results of scientific or historical analysis. GIS can be used in psychogeography and even fine art. This website will provide useful information for those interested in using GIS in art.