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Free Faversham Lit Fest Trip

After the fun of the 2017 Margate Bookie excursion from London, join us on Saturday 24th Feb as Half Day Holidays, Hackney Tours and Doomed Gallery Dalston… 73 more words


Grey Hat Accelerationism; int part = 2;

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In the last article we reviewed the world of Accelerationism, its political flavors and concluded with the hyperstitional Grey Hat Accelerationism (GHx) vector. 4,672 more words


Digital mythologies, virtual ambulations and the cyberflâneur

TALK: Digital mythologies, virtual ambulations and the cyberflâneur: Psychogeography in the Internet age

Heritage Quay, Huddersfield
12.00 Auditorium
By: Ally Standing & Gavin Rogers


‘In a dérive, one or more persons, during a certain period, drop their usual motives for movement and action, their relations, their work and leisure activities, and let themselves be drawn by the attractions of the terrain and the encounters they find there.’ (Debord, 1956) Despite being over 50 years old, this quote from Guy Debord’s Theory of the Dérive has a certain contemporary familiarity – substitute ‘In a dérive’ for ‘When browsing’, and this would serve as an appropriate description of the kind of (often idle)Internet surfing which most of us engage in on a daily basis. 62 more words

Being in Dorchester - playtesting!

Leaving the glamorous surroundings of our castle for a day, the team headed to Dorchester to playtest an activity that will become a type that can be easily modified for different towns, museums, villages, schools – it’s designed to be flexible. 663 more words


Reclaiming the Streets

Flaneuse by Lauren Elkin

As an inveterate walker (I don’t drive…) I was naturally going to be attracted to a book that covered women and walking; especially one that promised a psychogeographical look, rather than marching around in trainers to get fit! 1,008 more words

Planning A 'Circular Drift'

This is an idea from Robert MacFarlane that I read about in Psychogeography by Merlin Coverley

Take a large street map of your local area (mine’s London), pick a random area and draw around it with a circular object. 38 more words

Street Photography

Psychogeography Photography

I’ve always been a great lover of walking around London and I’m especially fond of just wandering without any plan in mind, just going wherever I fancy… 102 more words

Street Photography