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Mirror Sydney in the papers this weekend: Mirror Sydney and psychogeography in the Sun Herald in an article by Katherine O’Chee; noted by @michelledekretser in the Saturday SMH as a 2017 favourite 💙 #mirrorsydney #mirrorsydneybook #psychogeography #sydneystories #sydneyhistory #giramondopublishing #vanessaberry #walkingaround

a "culture of drinking and thinking" with my #hardcore academic friends. #studentlife #études #psychogeography #emphasisonpsycho

"Oh, you're allowed in," she smiled. "You just can't bring your body with you."
#psychogeography #nyc #brooklyn #williamsburg

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Dialogue:
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Theodor Wiesengrund Adorno: "...one must cross the icy desert of abstraction!"
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Friedrich Lego Nietzsche: "Ok! You could do it! Or you could make it the icy dessert and let it cross us. What's wrong with you people?"
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#butreallynootherwaythanthrougtheicydesertofabstraction #lego #nietzsche #adorno #philosophy #communication #abstraction #desert #dessert #speculativephilosophy #sillyisthenewsexy #highart #bonn #bonnstagram #incamera #lifesexdeath #psychogeography

Future ghost sign of Forest Gate..

Unusual view of the Minster.I've never walked down this street before and I found myself in a whole new city. #psychogeography #flâneur #church #nighttime #night #evening #evening #hull

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NOBODY BELONGS YET
ON THE NEW ESTATE
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Artists Paul Conneally @little___onion and Jemma Bagley @jemmabagley return to Thurmaston revisiting the site that originally led to "The Sound Of Water" a psychogeographic / splacist exploration of Thurmaston, in the Borough of Charnwood, Leicestershire through a series of haiku walks, workshops and interventions with people that live and / or work in the area.
The Sound of Water was a piece of public art originally coming out of a Section 106 planning requirement for public art as part of the development of the old Merrimans site next to the A46 in Thurmaston into the new 'Watermead' housing estate. Conneally and Bagley were commissioned through Charnwood arts via Charnwood Borough Council to work with "community groups" to produce haiku like texts that could be incorporated into metal works of art by Richard Thornton in the new housing development.
Conneally and Bagley decided to approach the Thurmaston Action Group, that was actively campaigning against the 'Watermead' development, rather than just go straight into a school (which they did later) or such to generate textual material. The developers were not told that the group working with the artists to put texts into the new site were actively opposed to and campainging against the development. Approached by the BBC to talk about the project Conneally felt he would get a better understanding of what he was actually doing by asking one of the action group to speak, alongside Bagley, instead of himself and the interview itself became part of the piece: Sound of Water Interview
Fajitas In A Teepee sees the artists returning to the now complete new development and working with the new residents during an afternoon that was intended to bring the new community together."
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#art #planning #poetry #haiku #housing #culture #renga #cardboard #faith #change #text #paulconneally #jemmabagley #exhibition #performanceart #performance #psychogeography #splacist #entrepreneur #business #realestate #cardboard #renga #charnwoodarts #arts #politics #regeneration #poem

Sanctuary

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TO CHANGE YOUR SITUATION
REQUIRES A LEAP OF FAITH
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Artists Paul Conneally @little___onion and Jemma Bagley return to Thurmaston revisiting the site that originally led to "The Sound Of Water" a psychogeographic / splacist exploration of Thurmaston, in the Borough of Charnwood, Leicestershire through a series of haiku walks, workshops and interventions with people that live and / or work in the area.
The Sound of Water was a piece of public art originally coming out of a Section 106 planning requirement for public art as part of the development of the old Merrimans site next to the A46 in Thurmaston into the new 'Watermead' housing estate. Conneally and Bagley were commissioned through Charnwood arts via Charnwood Borough Council to work with "community groups" to produce haiku like texts that could be incorporated into metal works of art by Richard Thornton in the new housing development.
Conneally and Bagley decided to approach the Thurmaston Action Group, that was actively campaigning against the 'Watermead' development, rather than just go straight into a school (which they did later) or such to generate textual material. The developers were not told that the group working with the artists to put texts into the new site were actively opposed to and campainging against the development. Approached by the BBC to talk about the project Conneally felt he would get a better understanding of what he was actually doing by asking one of the action group to speak, alongside Bagley, instead of himself and the interview itself became part of the piece: Sound of Water Interview
Fajitas In A Teepee sees the artists returning to the now complete new development and working with the new residents during an afternoon that was intended to bring the new community together."
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#art #planning #poetry #haiku #motivation #motivationalquotes #culture #renga #cardboard #faith #change #text #paulconneally #jemmabagley #exhibition #performanceart #performance #psychogeography #splacist #entrepreneur #business

Accidental Goldsworthy #art #nature #winter #psychogeography

Found during the garbage clean up at Tufts Cove. Thanks again to all of the volunteers who helped out on the other side of the harbour and other side of history #narrativesinspaceandtime #halifaxexplosion #psychogeography #walking #everdaylife #debrisfield #things

The weather right now is so gorgeous I think it’s about time for another wander through the Muharraq souq. It’s one of my favorite places in Bahrain to get lost - the grand old buildings and fantastic little tea shops make it the perfect place to spend a winter afternoon. Now if only I can find this magical courtyard again...

Mirror Sydney in the papers this weekend: Mirror Sydney and psychogeography in the Sun Herald in an article by Katherine O’Chee; noted by @michelledekretser in the Saturday SMH as a 2017 favourite 💙 #mirrorsydney #mirrorsydneybook #psychogeography #sydneystories #sydneyhistory #giramondopublishing #vanessaberry #walkingaround

Palestine has been on my mind more the last couple of days, missing my former students and colleagues in the West Bank and concerned about their well-being as always. This is an excerpt from an experimental video project three of my students submitted for my spatial practices class last semester. It is a psycho-geography of the apartheid wall, i.e., an exploration of the emotional effects of the Israeli “security barrier” on everyday lives in the West Bank. I was so impressed and proud of what these three students accomplished - two students from a refugee camp in the Bethlehem area and one US-Palestinian who was deported by Israel in the middle of our semester. I am ever grateful for the opportunity I had even though my teaching and desire to study further was derailed by Israeli state violence. The oppression of educators and scholars in Palestine is increasing and will only increase since Trump’s recent order. #spatialpolitics #psychogeography #antisettlercolonialism #antistateviolence #frommexicotopalestine #allthesewallshavetogo #decolonialism #fromfergusontopalestine #occupationisacrime

Collective Geographies Archive Film Screening this Thursday • 12/14 6-8pm at @irvingstreetprojects ! Collected footage exclusively from the Outer Sunset & OB. Film will start at 6:30pm. Come see all the goods without all the moiré lines from my computer screen 👩‍💻

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