Dawn Walker is a Masters student in the Faculty of Information at University of Toronto. Her interests include community-led infrastructure development and responses to surveillance. She has coordinated and led workshops on mesh networking, open source software and introductions to various technology. A keen gardener, Dawn has spent time building and volunteering in community gardens and urban agriculture projects.
Immaterial networks can be hard to make sense of, analyze or critique without tangible artefacts to engage with. I will explore this challenge through a hands on workshop where participants will use a full range of senses and modalities to visualize and map networks. Through individual and group exercises we will experiment with different techniques designed to reveal connections and flows within networks.
No experience necessary!