Music-Map is a networking map that demonstrates and classifies people’s musical tastes through graphical spacial relations. An innovative conceptual map, Music-Map uses clusters and distance to illustrate the degree of relativity between artists, thereby suggesting the likeliness of a shared audience. Though quite different from the projects involved in musical geography, Music-Map provides an opportunity to examine the nature of space by disengaging spatial reference from geocodes. This project inspires contemplation for the possibility to not only locate individual events, but also highlight the connections between them in our own maps.
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