"Digital mark making with satellite navigation technology" is how you can define GPS Drawing Project!
Jeremy Wood is a multi-discipline artist and map maker whose diverse work is an expression of the poetry and politics of space and reflects upon how we treat our travels and interact with location. In October 2000 he began to explore GPS satellite technology as a tool for digital mark making on water, over land, and in the air. He makes drawings and maps of his movements and records all his daily journeys with GPS as an ongoing personal cartography.
Wood has conducted numerous GPS drawing and mapping seminars and workshops in schools, museums and galleries. His work is exhibited internationally and is in the permanent collection of the University of the Arts and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. To know more about him and to view his GPS drawings you can visit his website.
To know more about the GPS mapping project and to view Jeremy Wood's workshops, please visit his workshops site!
Please drop in your comments or links about any GPS drawing that you would have done! This is such an enjoyable art form using GPS! Hope you all go on a GPS drawing journey one day!