In “Network Fever,” architect and scholar Mark Wigley argues that our current fascination with networks, networking, and the network as a physical structure is in fact rooted in the 1960s, when a group of intellectuals including Buckminster Fuller, Marshall McLuhan, and many others met annually to discuss the relationship between networks and architecture. While reading this complex historical account, I became aware of the connections between all the scholars, architects, scientists, and urban planners mentioned throughout. In an attempt to preserve the complexity of these relationships, I created a poster that condenses this 32-page article into a single plane.


Poster, 38 x 55 inches