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Atlas Obscura | 09.08.16

Mapping the Hidden Structures of New York City’s Internet Networks

Ingrid Burrington

D&S artist-in-residence Ingrid Burrington’s new book Networks of New York: An Illustrated Field Guide to Urban Internet Infrastructure was profiled in this Atlas Obscura piece.

“One of the things that you’re not supposed to do as a New Yorker is look down and look up,” Burrington says. “But doing that has made me a lot more cognizant of the volume of stuff and history and labor that goes into it being possible for me to check my email while standing on a street corner.”

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