Forty-Five / A Journal of Outside Research: Review of Karl Kullmann's "The Satellites Progeny: Digital Chorography in the Age of Drone Vision"
"Two contrasting categories of landscape architectural practice stand out today: high-profile public parks in city centers and investigative design research projects. The first consists of mainstream realized works usually conceived in response to RFPs or competition briefs. 26 In those, practitioners fulfill a service role and have little to no real influence on location, purpose, or funding. Works in the second category seek to change the built environment using innovative design research methods. They often reframe the urban through large-scale mapping, selective use of satellite imagery, and sophisticated diagramming. Representing landscape is put forward as a first step towards reimagining and reshaping it."
Review of "The Satellites' Progeny: Digital Chorography in the Age of Drone Vision," by Karl Kullman. Forty-Five / A Journal of Outside Research. February 5, 2017.