Category Archives: Psychogeography

Addendum: Into the Void – A Field Trip

We have previously entered the Zone like territory of The Void which was documented in a previous post here: .   We have just been sent this wonderful photo by Stray Seal which captures the uncanny, submerged world of The … Continue reading

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Is this the first published use of the term ‘psychogeography’?

“The science of anthropogeography, or more properly speaking, psychogeography, deals with the influence of geographical environment on the human mind.” J. Walter Fewkes, Bureau of American Ethnology, (1905) . ≈≈≈ . Presented in  a paper ‘Climate and Cult’ published in the … Continue reading

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Wheel of Life

. . retired tyre . wheel of life . .

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worlds within worlds

. worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds     from … Continue reading

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Unofficial Britain: The Tower

. We have contributed a short piece called The Tower to Unofficial Britain which you can find here Unofficial Britain is a new hub for unusual perspectives on the landscape of the British Isles, exploring the urban, the rural and … Continue reading

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Tidal Flux

. Worlds with –  in worlds tidal flux   in Firth of Forth . . Now playing: Chris Abrams / Mike Cooper – ‘Memory of Water’ (from Oceanic Feeling – Like)

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The wild wood

  . Beyond the hawthorn, lies the wild wood “cuckoo, cuckoo” . . over the threshold forms and colours of the Otherworld . . … snake-eye stirs . ‘ jaw click, snout and a slither of tongues . . threat … Continue reading

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