This thesis is comprised of two parts: a written analysis, and a built prototype of the digital assemblage on CD ROM. The written analysis provides a kind of designer’s manual for understanding the ways in which theory, history, and practice interact to create a conceptual foundation for the built digital assemblage. The built assemblage experiments with diagramming and representing geographic topography, social and capital institutions governing land use, aspects of cultural history, economic and community land and resource developments, areas of conflict therein, and the resulting social conceptions about the geographic space of the Stikine Watershed.
A Digital Assemblage: Diagramming the Social Realities of the Stikine River Watershed
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