Saturday, 1 October 2016
Psychogeography News - October 2016
Loitering With Intent – Last Few Days
The Loitering With Intent exhibition at the People’s History Museum in Manchester ends on the 14th of October, just in case you haven’t had a chance to visit yet. Here are the details. You can also get a not-for-profit copy of Ally Standing's and my contribution to the exhibition here.
Articles on Walking
'A good wander unveils the wonder of a city': readers on urban walking, The radical art of holding hands with strangers and 'We need human interaction': meet the LA man who walks people for a living.
Click on the links to read psychogeography-based discussions on Leyton Mills Retail Park by Gareth Rees and the Humble Manhole cover by Patrick Burgoyne.
Zombie Urbanism in New York and The London Nobody Knows.
Conference Call for Papers
An international urban conference in Vienna in March 2017: Unsettled: Urban routines, temporalities and contestations.
You can see my slides for my keynote at the Fourth World Congress of Psychogeography here: The Studentification of Urban Space and you can also read a report on the conference by the disgraced David Bollinger. You can view a decent-sized chunk from Walking Inside Out here.