This is great, and thankfully if he finds time like myself, he’ll post here.
Again, when I get a hold of my notes will add, but there are so many projects he references.
I like that he says maps can smell like soggy dogs…
Check out his list of projects:
Quick summary psychogeography explores:
- human beings walking (not cars)
- lost found making the unimaginable, imaginable
- new maps can smell
- experiential & hidden
These are some of the views that @FelphamPA proposes.