[NetBehaviour] Psychogeographical Walk in London - Sunday 19th Jan
maxnmherman at hotmail.com
Fri Jan 17 21:55:57 CET 2020
This sounds like a great project, wish I could attend! 🙂
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Sent: Friday, January 17, 2020 12:51 PM
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Subject: [NetBehaviour] Psychogeographical Walk in London - Sunday 19th Jan
Dear list members,
I'm sharing this initiative with you, I hope you'll find it
interesting and will consider joining us.
In collaboration with a group of friends, artists, and other people I
never met before, I'm organising a psychogeographical walk in London
this Sunday. We might turn it into a regular thing in the future.
We are meeting at King's Cross at 2pm, on Sunday 19th January. I copy
the instructions below.
Feel free to share, and get in touch if interested.
PSYCHOGEOGRAPHICAL WALK - INSTRUCTIONS
We meet at 2pm on Sunday 19th at King’s Cross station, in the main
hall in front of the screens with the train timetables;
We shutdown our phones;
We follow a random person;
We keep following until they enter a private area (e.g. car, house),
take a train, they notice us, or we just lose them. If that happens
then we start following a different person;
The walk has a max duration of 2 hours;
While walking, one of us keeps track of the places visited, and the
time, with pen and paper;
After 2 hours, the walk is over.
For more information on the history and tradition of psychogeography:
Dr. Paolo Ruffino
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