• Mindful Walking and the Postmodern Urbanscape – Part 1
    Physical agglomerations in the form of buildings, roads, paths, street décor and all the spaces in between, make up our urban landscape. While our towns and cities have gradually developed over time, one of the side-effects of urban planning is that of the homogenisation of the landscape such that it appears to have been that […]
  • A Hysterical Simulacra: “To the established order they are always of the order of the real”.
    There was a really interesting article in the 18 December 2014 edition of the London Review of Books entitled 'Writing Machines: Tom McCarthy on Realism and the Real'. McCarthy discusses the real, realism and reality in the context of literature, drawing on the likes of Jacques Lacan (amongst others). Discussing J. G. Ballard’s Crash, in […]
  • Outsider Psychogeography
    From Walking Inside Out: Contemporary British PsychogeographyThis is the final section of the above upcoming book. Please click here for the other sections, The Walker and the Landscape, Memory, Historicity, Time, Power and Place, Practicing Psychogeography/Psychogeographical Practices.Psychogeography has always had to deal with its detractors, from the criticisms aimed at the SI’s hankering for a […]

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