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Chapter 7: The Psychogeography of Disneyland By Dan Howland
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The pre-Journal-of-Ride-Theory pamphlet which compares Disneyland to the ideal city of the Situationists.
Give My Regards to Broadway By Rod Purcell
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This is a account of a derive (a psychogeographic walk) along Broadway covering the full length of Manhattan Island.
42 or 363 Definitions of Cartography By kanarinka bot
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A text by Catherine D'Ignazio for the Institute for Infinitely Small Things which attempts 42 or 363 definitions of the term "cartography".
crop circle catalog By cheatham robert
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The catalogue of works shown at Eyedrum Art and Music gallery with essay by Robert Cheatham and photos of works by the artists
crop circle catalog By cheatham robert
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The catalogue of works shown at Eyedrum Art and Music gallery with essay by Robert Cheatham and photos of works by the artists
42 or 363 Definitions of Cartography By kanarinka bot
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A text by Catherine D'Ignazio for the Institute for Infinitely Small Things which attempts 42 or 363 definitions of the term "cartography".
Vectis By Simon Cardew
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Vectis is an artist's book produced by Simon Cardew for Idle Toil Press, published in 2012. Simon's longest and most ambitious work in the artist's book genre to date, it is a psychogeographical... More > investigation into the geography and history of the artist's birthplace, the Isle of Wight< Less
Plot Plans for an Ideal City By Patricia Smith
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This artist's book reproduces the suite of 25 mixed media drawings titled "Plot Plans for an Ideal City", along with an original text that "braids" phrases from works by Deleuze... More > and Guattari, Debord, Foucault, Kafka and others.< Less
Remapping High Wycombe: journeys beyond the western sector By John Rogers
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This book is the outcome of the Remapping High Wycombe project by Cathy and John Rogers. Urban planners, surveyors, architects, and developers had descended on the town of High Wycombe in England... More > producing studies, plans, axonometric diagrams for a new town centre redevelopment. A “mixed use retail-driven scheme” called ‘Eden’ would rise in an area once known as The Western Sector. The purpose of our project was to re-map and re-imagine the town before it changed forever. Our work would form a parallel scheme, a psychogeographical vision of the area. The book takes the form of several walks or 'dérives', purposeful drifts stalking moods, atmospheres, hidden histories and lost voices. Some of these journeys represent a personal topography of the area, others are reports of more public interventions. There is a DVD to accompany the book.< Less
Remapping High Wycombe: journeys beyond the western sector By John Rogers
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This book is the outcome of the Remapping High Wycombe project by Cathy and John Rogers. Urban planners, surveyors, architects, and developers had descended on the town of High Wycombe in England... More > producing studies, plans, axonometric diagrams for a new town centre redevelopment. A “mixed use retail-driven scheme” called ‘Eden’ would rise in an area once known as The Western Sector. The purpose of our project was to re-map and re-imagine the town before it changed forever. Our work would form a parallel scheme, a psychogeographical vision of the area. The book takes the form of several walks or 'dérives', purposeful drifts stalking moods, atmospheres, hidden histories and lost voices. Some of these journeys represent a personal topography of the area, others are reports of more public interventions. There is a DVD to accompany the book.< Less