Category Archives: psychogeography

Metro Cable Corporate Identity

The Monocle wrote “Turning travel into pleasure rather than a chore is what innovations and upgrades do.” The ever changing aspect of the journeys people will have in this new transporting system is defined by the weather they are travelling

Metro Cable Corporate Identity

The Monocle wrote “Turning travel into pleasure rather than a chore is what innovations and upgrades do.” The ever changing aspect of the journeys people will have in this new transporting system is defined by the weather they are travelling

ZYX App

The application encourages user movements / act and turn them into a / personal / own performance. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/zyx/id505193110?mt=8 Thankfully its for android too and is free. This appears to be a great app exploring how we interactive with ours phones,

ZYX App

The application encourages user movements / act and turn them into a / personal / own performance. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/zyx/id505193110?mt=8 Thankfully its for android too and is free. This appears to be a great app exploring how we interactive with ours phones,

Stephen Chase: Twelve Collective

    My task – which I have chosen to accept – is to find 12 gigs happening today, in Sheffield, one for each of the postcodes S1 to S12. Are there really that many things going on? What? When? Where-for-art-thou?

Stephen Chase: Twelve Collective

    My task – which I have chosen to accept – is to find 12 gigs happening today, in Sheffield, one for each of the postcodes S1 to S12. Are there really that many things going on? What? When? Where-for-art-thou?

Emotional Cartography

Emotional Cartography is a collection of essays from artists, designers, psychogeographers, cultural researchers, futurologists and neuroscientists, brought together by Christian Nold, to explore the political, social and cultural implications of visualising intimate biometric data and emotional experiences using technology. Emotional Cartography – Technologies

Emotional Cartography

Emotional Cartography is a collection of essays from artists, designers, psychogeographers, cultural researchers, futurologists and neuroscientists, brought together by Christian Nold, to explore the political, social and cultural implications of visualising intimate biometric data and emotional experiences using technology. Emotional Cartography – Technologies

Wastelands to Wonderlands

Check this post out here: http://artcarto.wordpress.com/2012/09/09/wastelands-to-wonderlands/   What caught my attention was the description of Wild Places, ‘Wild landscapes such as moors and heaths can be overwhelming and unknowable, presenting challenges to the human mind. […] Encounters with the wild can

Wastelands to Wonderlands

Check this post out here: http://artcarto.wordpress.com/2012/09/09/wastelands-to-wonderlands/   What caught my attention was the description of Wild Places, ‘Wild landscapes such as moors and heaths can be overwhelming and unknowable, presenting challenges to the human mind. […] Encounters with the wild can

Graham Hooper: Drawing on Psychogeography – GPS, photography and the new-map

  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

Graham Hooper: Drawing on Psychogeography – GPS, photography and the new-map

  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

Loiterers Resistance Movement

The LRM (Loiterers Resistance Movement) is a Manchester based collective of artists and activists interested in psychogeography, public space and the hidden stories of the city. We can’t agree on what psychogeography means but we all like plants growing out

Loiterers Resistance Movement

The LRM (Loiterers Resistance Movement) is a Manchester based collective of artists and activists interested in psychogeography, public space and the hidden stories of the city. We can’t agree on what psychogeography means but we all like plants growing out