• Power and Place
    From Walking Inside Out: Contemporary British PsychogeographyThis is the second section of the above upcoming book. Please click here for the first section, The Walker and the Urban Landscape, and the second, Memory, Historicity, Time.The psychogeographical project, as it was for the Situationist International (SI), was to tear down the spectacle and reorder space so […]
  • Memory, Historicity, Time
    From Walking Inside Out: Contemporary British PsychogeographyThis is the second section of the above upcoming book. Please click here for the first section: The Walker and the Landscape.Our relationship with the city is intrinsically tied up with our knowledge and memory of it. If a particular city is somewhere we know - from today or […]
  • The Walker and the Urban Landscape
    From Walking Inside Out: Contemporary British PsychogeographyThe next few blogs will be introducing each section of the upcoming book (due 2015, Rowman and Littlefield International). I’ll include a short abstract and the authors who will feature in each section.The solitary walker situated within the landscape is not a modern phenomenon, even if the term psychogeography is. […]
  • Walking Inside Out – Book Cover
    This is the new cover for Walking Inside Out: Contemporary British Psychogeography, which is due to be published around autumn 2015 by Rowman and Littlefield International. Here’s a short abstract about the book, but please click here for further info: Walking Inside Out. Abstract:While psychogeography in its broadest sense is as a method of urban […]

Conferences and Projects

Recent Conferences Papers and Invites to Talk

  • June 2013: Presented at the Hyde Park Picture House, Leeds: Anchoring Rural/Urban Aesthetics
  • June 2012: Panel for the BA Fine Art Degree Show (paid position)
  • Oct 2012: Presented at Heritage Show and Tell, Leeds: Alive and Kicking: The Legacy of Woodhouse Cemetery
  • July 2012: Invited speaker at Land2 Symposium: Close to Home: Artists Reconsider the Local, Leeds (paper title: Speaking of Space: Revealing the Other St George’s Field).
  • June 2012: Presented at Situationist Aesthetics: The SI, Now, University of Sussex (paper title: My Name is Tina and I’m a Psychogeographer: Situating the Addictions and Abuses of Urban Walking Today).
  • June 2012: Presented at The London Conference in Critical Thought, Birkbeck College, London (paper title: Formulating Systems of Affect: Developing a methodology for interrogating and responding to the dominant aesthetic).

For a full list please go to my CV

Projects and Links

My Name is Hou Je beck and I’m a Psychogeographer

Teachers Getting Lost

Keep the (urban walking) faith!

Collaboration

Since May 2010 Tina has been collaborating with two London-based academics, James Kennell and Wesley Rykalski, on a spatio-psychogeographical project that explores seaside resorts: www.arcadespromenades.wordpress.com