A Trail of Breadcrumbs: The interplay of GPS sensors, infrastructures, tracking and sociotechnical practices

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August 19, 2019 - 11:07am

Critical Commentary

This research encourages participants to re-think their relationship to GPS. It does this through a walking workshop staged at a site where the architecture causes GPS to fail. The creation of these moments of breakdown foregrounds the presence and activity of GPS's physical infrastructure. The participants reflect on how this re-framing informs their sociotechnical practices around GPS.

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English

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London
United Kingdom

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Christopher Wood, "A Trail of Breadcrumbs: The interplay of GPS sensors, infrastructures, tracking and sociotechnical practices", contributed by Mascha Gugganig, STS Infrastructures, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 20 August 2019, accessed 26 January 2022.