Ingrid Burrington is an artist who writes, makes maps, and tells jokes about places, politics, and the weird feelings people have about both. She’s the author of Networks of New York, an illustrated field guide to urban internet infrastructure, and has previously written for The Atlantic, The Nation, The Verge, and other outlets. Her work has previously been supported by Eyebeam Art and Technology Center, the Center for Land Use Interpretation, and Rhizome. She also runs the Data and Society speculative fiction reading group.
WORT FMBrian Standing interviews D&S Researcher Ingrid Burrington about the material impacts and labor of a seemingly immaterial network. Read on WORT FMMarch 2016
Data & Society"In this episode, I talk with [D&S fellow] Ingrid Burrington, a researcher and artist using technology and mapping to explore interesting, often unseen places. I met Ingrid at an Open Knowledge Festival 2014 fringe event in... Read on Data & SocietyOctober 2014