Launch of METROMOD Archive

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The ERC project 'METROMOD' that runs at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich has recently launched a public user interface for their nodegoat project:

The published data deals with modern artistic and intellectual exile in six global arrival cities (Bombay, Buenos Aires, Istanbul, London, New York, Shanghai). You can learn more about the data publication in this blog post.

We developed a custom splash screen as an entry point to each section of the public user interface. Earlier, we built a data publication module for the METROMOD project to allow them to publish walks for the six metropoles:

The design of both the Walks and the Archive has been created by Jamal Buscher of Bureau Johannes Erler.

Explore these six walks via

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