Dedicated to the investigation of textual and topographic geographies.
Through critical collaborations with institutions, archives, and collections, The Institute of Marking and Measuring reads across the administrative infrastructures of civil society.
IMAM takes on project-based work investigating the political, economic, and material technologies of the managerial landscape, with recent collaborations including the Bureau of Land Management, City of Los Angeles Public Works, Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District, Kanza House Historical Society, and the National Museum of Surveying. Research, curatorial, and public projects define the direction of IMAM and its work.
For questions about future programming or inquiries about our projects, please contact Directors Jesse Vogler or Louis Schalk at: firstname.lastname@example.org