Market Café Mag

Original map artworks co-produced with Jesus Lòpez Baeza and an extensive interview was just published on the meticulously printed spreads of Market Cafe Mag: As individuals we collect emotions and experiences that are strongly related to time and space, shaping what we call urban metaMorphology, the invisible forms of the city. This is what we want […]

Interview on CityMetric

An interview on CityMetric by Aliide Naylor featuring the Baltigram project: “What we try to do here is find the pictures in their spatial context. So we study the pictures in the city, in the urban environment,” says project lead Damiano Cerrone.  He added that positioning of people in their environment and their activities can be pinpointed to specific locations. ”Each single […]

Upcoming metaMorphology Lab

This workshop used location-based social media data to unveil, map, and study the metamorphology of Turku. Participants relied on large datasets from Instagram, Twitter, and Airbnb to find meta-trends in the use of outdoor and indoor spaces and map activity patterns using geographic information software. They also carried out surveys to study the relation between […]

Baltigram project

Today SPIN Unit released the Baltigram project, a project originally commissioned for Baltic Pavilion of the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale developed together with Prof. Lev Manovich and Raul Kalvo. More about the project can be found on SPIN Unit.