Seeing the City Digitally
Seeing the City Digitally
Processing Urban Space and Time
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1. Introduction: Seeing The City Digitally (Gillian Rose)

2. Deep Learning the City: The Spatial Imaginaries of AI (Joel McKim)

3. Machinic Sensemaking in the Streets: More-than-Lidar in Autonomous Vehicles (Sam Hind)

4. Curating #AanaJaana [#ComingGoing]: Gendered Digital Lives and Networked Violence in Delhi's Urban Margins (Ayona Datta)

5. Future Urban Imaginaries: Placemaking and Digital Visualizations (Monica Degen and Isobel Ward)

6. Animated Embodiment: Seeing Bodies in Digitally-mediated Cities (Gillian Rose)

7. Speculative Digital Visualization as Research Strategy: City Building through Mobile and Wearable Camera Footage (Asli Duru)

8. Electronic Presence: Encounters as Sites of Emergent Publics in Mediated Cities (Zlatan Krajina)

9. Visualizing Locality Now: Objects, Practices and Environments of Social Media Imagery Around Urban Change (Scott Rodgers)

10. Perfect Strangers in the City: Stock Photography as Ambient Imagery (Giorgia Aiello)

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Gillian Rose (red.)

Seeing the City Digitally

Processing Urban Space and Time

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This book explores what’s happening to ways of seeing urban spaces in the contemporary moment, when so many of the technologies through which cities are visualised are digital. Cities have always been pictured, in many media and for many different purposes. This edited collection explores how that picturing is changing in an era of digital visual culture. Analogue visual technologies like film cameras were understood as creating some sort of a trace of the real city. Digital visual technologies, in contrast, harvest and process digital data to create images that are constantly refreshed, modified and circulated. Each of the chapters in this volume examines a different example of how this processual visuality is reconfiguring the spatial and temporal organisation of urban life.

Gillian Rose

Gillian Rose is Professor of Human Geography at the University of Oxford and a Fellow of the British Academy and of the Academy of Social Sciences. She is the author of Feminism and Geography (Polity, 1993), Doing Family Photography (Ashgate, 2010), The New Urban Aesthetic: Digital Experiences of Urban Change written with Monica Degen (Bloomsbury, 2022) and Visual Methodologies (Sage, fifth edition 2022), as well as many papers on images, visualising technologies and ways of seeing in urban, domestic and archival spaces. Her current research interests focus on contemporary digital visual culture.