Highlights from the Berlin Lab: Foodscape Mapping
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This video features the workshop “Foodscape Mapping,” presented by Edible Geography's Nicola Twilley, who analyzed how maps inform and direct the way people move about their landscape—maps “tell you what to look at.” Participants then constructed their own map of the Prenzlauer Berg and Mitte neighborhoods, including data such as the price of a cup of coffee or a pint of beer, and the location of edible mushrooms and food waste that could be gleaned. The data collected was used to create a map of the neighborhoods' food resources.
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