3.3.2 Psychogeography
  • Reinventing on a personal level, reconfiguring it along the lines of a new nomadic lifestile.
    previous examples:  Baudelaires observing of the flaneurs, De Quency's drug addled wanderings
  • The study of the specific effects of geographical environments, consciously organised or not, and the emotions on the behaviour of individuals.
  • Psychogeagraphical: That which "Manifests the geographical environments direct emotional effects.
bron: Simon Ford, Situationist International, 2005, londen
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