Tag Archives: dérive

Embedded in the Landscape: Psychogeography, Folk Horror and the Everyday

I’ve had a few requests to share the talk I gave at The Unseelie Court event organised by Folk Horror Revival in October. So here it is:    We’ll come back to that guy on the slide later. I’m guessing … Continue reading

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Ephemera – We Walked Side by Side

From the shadows in the twilight a glint of iridescence. We walked side by side through a car park today. Now Playing: Eivind Aarset – Dream Logic

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D e e p – T y p o g r a p h y – Lines of Travel

e d g e l a n d s é e d r v i t r s a a v g i p i l g r i m a g e Now Playing:  Marilyn Crispell – Gaia

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Rosyth Edgelands Dérive

We are in dangerous territory, walking westward out of the town of Rosyth, along the A985, one of ‘Britain’s killer roads’.  This arterial incision into the connective tissue of the Rosyth edgelands is to fully engage with the disruptive polarities … Continue reading

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