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THE DREAMERS project at: Foothold B_Tours Tel-Aviv/ Jaffa / Lod 17-20 May 2017

My Project THE DREAMERS showcased at:

Foothold B_Tours Tel-Aviv/ Jaffa / Lod 17-20 May 2017

The name of the festival in Hebrew is an expression that describes an active position from which progress can be made, but at the same time there is an underlining violence in the same act.

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Curation

Articles - Urban Planning

LISTED BUILDINGS

Listing helps us acknowledge and understand our shared history.  It marks and celebrates a building’s special architectural and historic interest, and also brings it under the consideration of the planning system so that some thought will be taken about its future. 338 more words

Politics

Articles - Psychogeography

“Power to the psychogeographers”, Simon Parker
In: The Guardian, 22 Feb 2002
Source: https://www.theguardian.com/society/2002/feb/22/urbandesign.architecture
Accessed: 31.10.2016

Power to the psychogeographers

The ideas of a group of French radicals are enjoying a revival as planners seek to involve the public in designing their own cities.

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Politics

Ocean-chart

He had brought a large map representing the sea,
Without the least vestige of land:
And the crew were much pleased when they found it to be…

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ART

An Introduction to (and some questions surrounding) Psychogeography: 'The London Perambulator'

‘The London Perambulator’ is a documentary by John Rogers about Nick Papadimitriou (the eponymous London Perambulator) – a writer, researcher, and self-described ‘deep topographer’ – “a man whose life is dedicated to exploring and archiving areas beyond the permitted territories of the high street, the retail park, the suburban walkways”. 493 more words

An Introduction to (and some questions surrounding) Psychogeography: 'The London Perambulator'

‘The London Perambulator’ is a documentary by John Rogers about Nick Papadimitriou (the eponymous London Perambulator) – a writer, researcher, and self-described ‘deep topographer’ – “a man whose life is dedicated to exploring and archiving areas beyond the permitted territories of the high street, the retail park, the suburban walkways”. 493 more words

Documentary

BOOKSHOP STORIES.PART 2. RE-INVENTION. A MEDITATION. BY STEVEN BENSON.

And so I repaired(being the word), once more, to the newly re-invented, struggling treasure-trove of a bookshop (with café:)). It wasn’t term time but the café was twentyfold busier than its host bookshop. 436 more words