Category Archives: Psychogeography

Embedded in the Landscape: Psychogeography, Folk Horror and the Everyday

I’ve had a few requests to share the talk I gave at The Unseelie Court event organised by Folk Horror Revival in October. So here it is:    We’ll come back to that guy on the slide later. I’m guessing … Continue reading

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The Surface is a Zone of Encounter (An Assemblage)

I think that light makes material space … light is really the primary form of our habitation and makes surfaces come to life. The surface holds what we project into it. It is an active site of exchange between subject … Continue reading

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New Publication: Language of Objects

We are very pleased to announce the publication of Language of Objects, a collaboration between Murdo Eason of the Fife Psychogeographical Collective and Brian Lavelle, sound artist and the Edinburgh Drift project. Language of Objects is a 58 page book in full colour inside … Continue reading

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The Unseelie Court – Summerhall, Edinburgh

Murdo Eason will be taking part in ‘The Unseelie Court’ on Saturday 21st October at Summerhall in Edinburgh.  A day of discussion, film and a night of music, put together by the good people of Folk Horror Revival, who have previously brought their … Continue reading

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At the Heron House

It is a place within easy walking distance from the front door and yet it is unlikely that anyone would stumble across it. It is not on any well-trodden path. However, nor could it be described as a remote location as would be evident if you … Continue reading

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On the Other Side of the Castle

Youtz / twilight / twig / antenna On the other side of the castle Argyle House, Edinburgh Oblique rain fall     in the glitch land   (e)scape(s) ≈ Now playing: The Bug vs Earth – ‘Other Side of the World’ from Concrete Desert.

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Call and Response

the mist the call the fall the mist … ========= Later (with headphones) ========= The missed      call The Fall the mist … (Blindness, Peel Session)   Twa Ools / Trees Call of the rain-smeared cobbles (Rose Lane) Nocturne ≈ St Andrews, … Continue reading

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