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Psychogeography - some notes on sources

Several years ago I read a book about Pierre Bonnard and the importance he placed on his morning walk [1]. Regardless of where he was he followed a fixed ritual of a morning walk before breakfast to provide inspiration for his work. 463 more words

Research Points

Morning Dew

I’ve never been very clubbable.

This extends to political parties which in a sense are just as much clubs as any other.

Nightclubs, for the most part, aren’t clubs because you don’t actually have to be a member to gain entrance. 24 more words

Photography

Uxendon Hill

ACT I – The End Of The Night Before

Thursday morning, 6am.

*Now back in their temporary accommodation block in some remote outpost of Suburbia after celebrating the end of the school in town, the two remaining members of the party leave the mess of the communal kitchen (“Uncle” Pete still lying unconscious by the microwave) and head out for some fresh air… 3,603 more words

Psychogeography

FIELDS OF KNOWLEDGE: Full paper from the 'Thinking With John Berger' conference, Cardiff, 4th & 5th September

FIELDS OF KNOWLEDGE: BERGER, THE OUTDOORS, AND THE POSSIBILITIES OF EXPERIENTIAL PRACTICE.

INTRODUCTION

This paper (with accompanying illustrations) was written for & presented at the… 3,312 more words

The Flaneur's Heaven

What does Banaras have in store for a flaneur?

Strolling in the galis and on the ghats of Banaras has never been an optional activity for a Banarsi. 401 more words

Banaras

Hot Potato Stand


Hot Potato Stand
Paul Conneally
Loughborough

part of the Loughbohemia series 2014

Photography

Kitting the bag - The date stamp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every good art wanderer needs a date stamp.  I now have in my hot little handies my very own date stamp to be a permanent part of my wanderer’s kit.  200 more words

Art