14 September-16 January - Mapping Asia
Asia is home to many different cultures, which share important characteristics and are diverse at the same time. The exhibition Mapping Asia investigates a number of the most conspicuous features, such as language, education, urbanization and natural resources. Each characteristic obviously connected to the others. Politics and especially migration have been instrumental in shaping some of these features. How does migration influence the development of cities? Is globalization one the factors in the disappearance of indigenous languages? These and more questions are discussed in this exhibition.
This is not an exhibition on historical maps, but an exhibition in which various aspects of Asia will be highlighted using cartography and GIS mapping tool. The exhibition shows several attractive maps on a specific theme especially made for this exhibition, including prints, books, photographs and maps also.
If you are interested in this exhibition, please also have look at ‘Mapping Asia – Cartographic encounters between East & West. 7th international symposium on the History of Cartography’ on September 15 and 16.
Start time: 16.00 p.m.