Wednesday, 6 May 2015
Stepz Zine – Summary of Upcoming Contributions
The first draft contributions are in for Stepz: A Psychogeography and Urban Aesthetics Zine, so here is a summary of what you can expect in the pilot edition, which will be out in June (in alphabetical order):
Chism interviews Tina Richardson about her psychogeography bucket list.
Davies talks about hostile architecture, surveillance and social control.
Emmanouil carries out an urban expedition with her daughter, turning it into a collage.
Lawrence contributes a Ballardian fiction on Southampton’s underbelly.
Max Reeves illustrates McDevitt’s essay on Yeat’s London, with his photographs.
The Psychogeographical Commission
The Psychogeography Commission provide lyrics on the experience of walking in the city.
Reeves will be including a drawing of urban space.
Evoking William Blake, Rogers offers us a history of Caledonian Park.
S.: discusses place and how memories persist over time and space.
In his essay, illustrated by Ian Long, Seal talks about how his health problems have impacted his mountain walking.
Standing provides a critique of the brutalist architecture in Birmingham.
Waters offers a textual, cut-up style map of Leeds.