Joining us on July 6 are Annelys de Vet, Malkit Shoshan and Wietske Maas.
Malkit Shoshan is the director of alternative architecture practice FAST. FAST uses mapping to make a change concerning human rights violations caused by "the abuses of planning around the World." Find out more about her here.
Wietske Maas is a freelance coordinator of art and cultural events. Her work focuses on changing the way we interact with each other and nature in the urban environment. Find out more about her here.
Graphic designer Annelys de Vet concerns herself with design in relation to the public and political discourse, with a particular focus on national identity. Find out more about her here.
Visit the Map Fest page for more information concerning all three nights.