Tuesday, 9 February 2016

Psychogeography News - February 2016

Ally Standing and myself will be editing and designing a special edition of STEPZ and providing accompanying artwork for the ‘Loitering With Intent’ Exhibition at the People’s History Museum in Manchester from July to September 2016.

Terminalia - Festival of Psychogeography in Leeds
A day of free events of walks, performances and interventions by local artists and psychogeographers on 23 February. Includes the main "Beating the Bounds" walk at 6.00pm around the medieval boundary markers of the city.

Psychogeography Review’s Recommendations of the Year
Bobby Seal’s review of psychogeography books, music and films of 2015.

London Underground Rent Map
A recreation of the famous underground map showing the average rent at every station: map (designer unknown).

Here’s How We Can Learn to Fall in Love With Shocking Buildings
“Shocking new buildings often threaten to invade our cities. Sometimes, they simply land like alien spaceships, giving us very little warning. Foreign in form, colour and texture, these statement structures seem far removed from the reality of our daily lives”.

Post-Nearly Press
Psychogeography small press. Includes Andrew Kotting and Chris Petit.

Twenty-Six Psychogeography Stations
Darrant Hinisco’s Urban Gerbil artist book.

Psychogeography Symposium – Edge Hill University
23 February 6.00-7.15. Includes talks by Walking Inside Out authors Phil Smith, Morag Rose and Andrea Capstick.

Previous Newsletters
January 2016

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