• Walking Inside Out – Introduction Extract 3
    Where to Now, Psychogeography!Please click here for part 1 and part 2In 2002 Iain Sinclair said of psychogeography that "the next step is to bury it completely! Let it go and let it re-emerge. I think it needs 15 years to gain some new energy, as I think this energy is rapidly running out" (cited […]
  • Walking Inside Out – Introduction Extract 2
    What Doth a Psychogeographer Make?To provide an aphorism of what psychogeographers do and why they walk assumes they are a generic group, which is not the case. It is as difficult as trying to provide a pithy sentence to describe what a writer or artist does and why they do it. Nevertheless, there are some […]
  • Walking Inside Out – Introduction Extract 1
    What is British Psychogeography?This is the first of a series of short extracts from the upcoming publication Walking Inside Out: Contemporary British Psychogeography. While this volume concentrates on British psychogeography, dividing international and home-grown psychogeography into clearly delineated groups is not representative of the lineage of contemporary urban walking. Psychogeography is about crossing established boundaries, […]


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