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Blogs about Psychogeography

7 blogs about Psychogeography.

  1. The LRM - The Loiterers Resistance Movement | Blog
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    June 2024 First Sunday
    Dear friends, comrades and lovely loiterers Wow – its First Sunday again this Sunday, time really does seem to be whizzing by at the moment. We’ve had requests for more water, more tram stops and …
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  2. lukebennett13
    Tracing the spectacular within the humdrum of the built environment. By Luke Bennett. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Fire!: reflections on ‘Heat’, SHU SPG’s third session on ‘Perceiving Climate Change’ (including session recording)
    “Fire and heat provide modes of explanation in the most varied domains, because they have been for us the occasion for unforgettable memories, for simple and decisive personal experiences. Fire is thus a privileged phenomenon …
    By lukebennett13, 498 words
  3. Particulations
    A psychogeography and cultural theory blog. By Tina Richardson. 🇬🇧 More info

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    The Problem With...THE FETISH!
    This zine is for anyone interested in 'love tokens', both historic and contemporary, and capital as theoretical subjects. The author uses key cultural studies critique from political and psychoanalytical theories in order to analyse and …
    By Particulations, 161 words
  4. Perambulatory Ramblings
    The Psychogeographic meanderings of Mr H in London, Cambridge and elsewhere. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Elizabeth Way Roundabout: Brutality on the Eastern Gate
    At the fag end of 2023 the current Housing Secretary, Michael Gove, announced the formation of a new Development Corporation to oversee the expansion of Cambridge and the building of 'northwards' of 150,000 homes. This …
    By Mr H, 5,313 words
  5. Psychogeographic Review
    The Art of Psychogeography. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Sunken Lands by Gareth E. Rees
    Book Review – April 2024 I started my journey with hope that I could contribute in a microscopic way to the groundswell of storytelling that might help us see what has gone wrong with our …
    By Bobby Seal, 777 words
  6. Situationniste Blog
    A Situationist Book Collector's Blog. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Serge Berna: Écrits et Documents [2024]
    BERNA, Serge. Écrits et documents. n.p. [Paris]: Éditions du Sandre, 2024. 200 p.; ill.; 31 x 21 cm. Jean-Louis Rançon edited a delightful volume on the life and works of a little know, almost mythical …
    By elhajoui, 280 words
  7. the urban prehistorian
    the contemporary archaeology of prehistory. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Arctic henge
    Thanks to the diligent and hard work of Clonehenge, we have a really good understanding of Stonehenge replicas and pastiches from across the world. There are a surprisingly large number of these, over 100 (!!), …
    By balfarg, 2,141 words