Wondering wanderings, wandering cities is a non-fictional, reportage type illustrated comic created by Tânia A. Cardoso as part of her PhD research’s artistic practice. She explores the complexities of different cities’ urban space through the practice of walking and in different illustrated experiences, mainly based on the comic format. By combining theory and praxis her...
Tânia A. Cardoso returns to SOLRAD Presents with another Wondering Wanderings, Wandering Cities, considering walking through an interesting part of Amsterdam.
Take a rest from the city chaos as summer ends and get lazy with Tânia A. Cardoso and her meditations on cities, Wondering Wanderings, Wandering Cities on SOLRAD Presents.
In this month's Wondering Wanderings, Wandering Cities, Tânia A. Cardoso shows her growing appreciation of bikes now that she lives in The Netherlands.
Tânia A. Cardoso takes us through the layers of Amsterdam in the latest of her explorations of urban spaces in comics on SOLRAD Presents!
Meet Athen's true urban wanderers, cats, in Tânia A. Cardoso's exploration of urban space, Wondering Wanderings, on SOLRAD Presents.
Tânia A. Cardoso returns to Athens to walk through times lived in past and present in Wondering Wanderings, Wandering Cities on SOLRAD Presents.
Tânia A Cardoso shares her opinion on what makes cities beautiful in a new Wondering Wanderings, Wandering Cities on SOLRAD Presents.
Tânia A. Cardoso considers how water and agriculture can move into the city in this Wondering Wanderings, Wandering Cities: A Tale of a (Sustainable) city from SOLRAD Presents.
AuthorTânia A. Cardoso
Websitehttps://taniaaefcardoso.wixsite.com/illustration

Wondering Wanderings, Wandering Cities

Wondering Wanderings, Wandering Cities is a non-fictional, reportage type illustrated comic created by Tânia A. Cardoso as part of her PhD research’s artistic practice. She explores the complexities of different cities’ urban space through the practice of walking and in different illustrated experiences, mainly based on the comic format. By combining theory and praxis her research intends to demonstrate how the phenomenon of “illustrated cities” can be found at the intersection between urban experience, place, and illustration. She posts a new online illustrated experience every month.