In Jorge Luis Borges's 1946 one-paragraph short story " ," a fictional 17th-century individual, Suarez Miranda, tells of a time that the "Cartographers Guilds" made a map of their empire so accurately that it matched it entirely, at 1:1 scale, point by point. Of course, this map was utterly useless. This meditation on mapping and empire seems increasingly prescient today, as every last plot of the Earth becomes represented and possessed in cartography, in satellite imagery, in On Exactitude in Science Google Street View, and through intricate digital models. Enter Cityzenith, the Chicago...
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