A More Perfect Union: ‘Censual Cartographies’

A More Perfect Union: ‘Censual Cartographies’

The wants, needs and desires of the United States allow for a radical reimagining of the maps of the nation.

Stephen Fortune
  • 1 april 2011

At a time when several countries around the world are conducting censuses, debate has emerged over what type of snapshot of the population does the census convey? In responding to areas of experience which the census omits, R. Luke Dubois has produced an alternative cartography of the United States. Dubois maintains that the information which can be scraped from individual’s Internet presence is as useful, if not more so, to ascertaining the make up of the nation.

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