Wednesday, 13 February 2013
Concrete, Crows and Calluses
Tina Richardson discovered psychogeography while studying the Situationist International. Her own interest in this particular form of urban exploration comes from attempting to challenge both the homogenising effects of urban planning and the way power is manifest in urban space. While Tina is particularly interested in the marginalisation of specific social histories, she also believes in the accessibility of practices that come under the general umbrella of psychogeography.
Tina's book is available here, where you can also read reviews, see ratings and also see the first few pages of the book: Concrete, Crows and Calluses
The writer Ian Marchant has kindly written a blog about the book: Teachers Getting Lost
And so has Mythogeography
Below you can read the preface and contents page . . .