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Blogs about Psychogeography

7 blogs about Psychogeography.

  1. The LRM - The Loiterers Resistance Movement | Blog
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    March 2024 First Sunday
    Dear friends and fellow loiterers I hope you have found something delightful this leap year day. I’ve been enjoying the first Spring flowers which bring joy and comfort; all things shall pass It’s First Sunday, …
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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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    Session recording for ‘Perceiving Climate Change #1: Ice’ (SHU Space & Place Group Event, 15-2-24, with Royal Geographical Society Yorkshire & North East Committee)
    “Between 1992 and 2020, Earth’s polar ice sheets lost 7,560 billion tonnes of ice – equivalent to an ice cube that would be 20 kilometres in height. The polar ice sheets have together lost ice …
    By lukebennett13, 877 words
  3. Particulations
    A psychogeography and cultural theory blog. By Tina Richardson. 🇬🇧 More info

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    The Problem With...KITSCH!
    This zine is for anyone interested in kitsch from an everyday or academic perspective. The author provides her own kitsch objects, alongside some well-known ones, in order to explore and critique kitsch throughout its history. …
    By Particulations, 111 words
  4. Perambulatory Ramblings NEW
    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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    Final Approach by Mark Blackburn
    Final Approach charts the turbulent flightpath between a jetsetting father and a planespotting son. Final Approach is a long way from being the type of book I would normally read and enjoy. I do not …
    By Bobby Seal, 660 words
  6. Situationniste Blog
    A Situationist Book Collector's Blog. 🇺🇸 More info

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    [Exhibition & Event on March 4 in San Francisco] Bibliophiles Beware: The Situationist International and the Art & Politics of Cultural Hijacking
    You are all cordially invited to the exhibition opening of “Bibliophiles Beware: The Situationist International and the Art & Politics of Cultural Hijacking”, to be held at the Book Club of California at 6pm Pacific …
    By elhajoui, 242 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