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Psychogeography Extreme – Phil Smith (+ one small fracture)

We were disappointed not to be able to attend the recent Fourth World Congress of Psychogeography, which by all accounts was a great success. The opening address by Phil Smith (aka Crab Man, aka Mythogeography), is a fascinating and thought-provoking missive on the … Continue reading

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La Pasionaria and the Psychedelic Tiger: A short wander in Glasgow, 10th July 2013

Watch a street and you become it. You construct, if so inclined, a narrative: but you are also part of the witnessed event. You shape what you see. Iain Sinclair, Edge of the Orison In Glasgow. Uncharacteristic, sweltering heat and … Continue reading

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