Saturday, 12 February 2011

Highbury & Islington to Charing Cross

The circles derived from reading "Lines" by Tim Ingold:
The hub-and-spokes model of place (left) compared with the place as a knot of entangled lifelines (right). In the diagram on the left, the circle represents a place, the dots are its living occupants and the straight lines indicate the connectors of a transport network. In the diagram on the right, the lines are living inhabitants, and the knot in the middle is a place.

So, "being on the tube" is a place?

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