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Review: A Philosophy of Walking by Frédéric Gros

A bestseller in France since its publication in 2009, Frédéric Gros’, A Philosophy of Walking has recently been released as an English translation by Verso, billed as an “insightful manifesto” on walking. 1,319 more words

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Psychogeographic vandalism at the Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony

The camera glided beautifully from George Square over the sun drenched East Glasgow streets to zoom onto Celtic’s Parkhead stadium. And then you saw a bastion of Irish catholic nationalism, republicanism and Scottish independence adorned with the logos and banners of the empire games. 1,272 more words

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Sunscreen

The Casino, Sainte Maxime, France 2014

I’ve only been in one casino, well only one where gambling takes place. I’ve been in hundreds of the little Casino supermarkets scattered across France. 133 more words

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Tequila Sunrise

tequila sunrise
the dancing girls
of Sainte Maxime

Paul Conneally
Sainte Maxime
2014

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BIENNIAL(CONTD)INDEPENDENTS:"NOT DARK YET"(PAUL MELLORS),GOSTINS.BY STEVEN BENSON.

I rather liked these:a contrast of dark colours and themes; and bright colours and themes

FROM DARK INTO LIGHT

Psychogeography