Experimental Geography is a term first developed by geographer Trevor Paglen in 2002 to describe a form of geography at the intersection of art and experimentation.
"In the hands of contemporary artists, the study of humanity’s engagement with the earth’s surface becomes a riddle best solved in experimental fashion. The exhibition presents a panoptic view of this new practice, through a wide range of mediums including sound and video installations, photography, sculpture, and experimental cartography".
- kanarinka (Catherine D’Ignazio), It Takes 154,000 Breaths to Evacuate Boston, 2007
- Experimental Geography - Radical Approaches to Landscape, Cartography, and Urbanism Nato Thompson and Independent Curators International
- [http://www.ici-exhibitions.org/index.php/exhibitions/experimental_geography/ Experimental Geography: From Cultural Production to the Production of Space] by Trevor Paglen