wænd

A platform for subjective and
collaborative spatial publication.

Wænd is a Brussels based organisation dedicated to subjective & critic cartography.

Developing long term research within the field of territorial narratives & representations, we collaborate with artists, universities, researchers, and citizen driven organisations.

As an online tool, Wænd provides a web platform for subjective and collaborative spatial publication. This application is open source and under constant development.

As an organisation we run workshops, give talks, and drive questioning on spatial representations and cartographic diversity.

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With Wænd you can create your maps from scratch, publish territorial representations from your very personal point of view, and collaborate on existing maps.

→ Quick overview in .pdf

An online GIS shaped to drive questioning on spatial representations & emphasizes collaboration and diversity.

Wænd is open source and free to use.

Wænd is in alpha version and you can give it a try at
→ alpha.waend.com

To create an account, go to
→alpha.waend.com/register

GitHub repository
→ github.com/atelier-cartographique/waend

→ Upcoming

04→06.10.2016

Workshop Wild Cartography @iMal within Wandering Arts Biennial

Brussels

22.09.2016

Talk @ IBGE, within FOSS4G 2016 event

Brussels

← Past

15→18.09.2016

Talk & Workshop at La serre du jardin des Brigittines

Brussels

14→18.07.2016

Workshop at Youmein Festival

Tanger

24.02.2016

Conference LOCI Tournai « pour une cartographie créative »

Tournai

2015→2016

Talks and Workshops at University UCL

Louvain la Neuve

04.2016

Public presentation at Libre Graphic Meetings #2016

London

17.03.2016

Cartoparty #3 Marollywood

Brussels

01.2016

Residency and Workshop

Marrakesh

12.2015

Publication in the review IEB for the festival Temps des Communs

Brussels

10.10.2015

Cartoparty #2 spéculoos

Brussels

18.06.2015

Cartoparty #1 nadine vzw

Brussels

2015

Collaboration Métrolab BrabantSZenne

Brussels