Inefficient mapping: citizen shadows

Citizen Shadows maps the shadows created by in/non/human urban citizens, including garbage, cigarette butts, chewing gum, bush turkeys, and water. The series contributes to my ongoing project of mapping posthuman urban citizens.


2021. Cover image (invited). Cohen, P., & Duggan, M. (Eds.) New directions in radical cartography: Why the map is never the territory. London: Rowman & Littlefield.

Knight, L. (2021). Inefficient mapping: a protocol for attuning to phenomena. California: Punctum Books.

Knight, L. (2020) Inefficiently mapping boundaries: How is an urban citizen? Mapping Meaning the Journal (issue 4), 66-75.


7/2020. Invited presenter. Inefficient mapping. CRiMP Entanglement Salon, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.

3/2020. Invited presenter. Inefficient mapping, an experimental methodology. Qualitative data analysis, Arizona State University, USA.

11/2019. Invited presenter. Mapping the Posthuman. Research Musing, Swinburne University Faculty of Education, Melbourne, Australia.

3/2021. Invited presenter. Inefficiently mapping boundaries: How is an urban citizen? Faculty of Architecture, University of Suffolk, UK.