PsychoGeography: “the study of the precise laws and specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organized or not, on the emotions and behavior of individuals.”
- diverse activities that raise awareness of the natural and cultural environment around you
- attentive to senses and emotions as they relate to place and environment
- serious fun
- often political and critical of the status quo
Derive: aimless, random drifting through a place, guided by whim and an awareness of how different spaces draw you in or repel you.
Dérive: “A mode of experimental behavior linked to the condition of urban society: a technique of transient passage through varied ambiances.” Situationists used “ambiance” to refer to the feeling or mood associated with a place, to its character, tone, or to the effect or appeal it might have; but they also used it to refer to the place itself, especially to the small…
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