Category Archive: psychogeography

Long Island City and Dutch Kills 14th September

I meet Bibi Calderaro at Flux factory in Queens to go for a walk together. We are multi tasking – checking my route for the walk tomorrow, and also walking Chris Green’s ‘Radically… Continue reading

Greenwich Village/Washington Park, 14th September

We head into Manhattan to meet up with a friend who is working in Greenwich Village. I arrive early, thinking that we’ll have a walk around the neighbourhood first. We come out of… Continue reading

New York mega drift 13th September

Day one in New York, having arrived on a night flight at 10pm the night before, Astrid woke at around 3am, thinking it was morning. We tried to stay quiet in the small… Continue reading

Prams and drifting

Looking for references to prams and psychogeography, I came across Fernando Sdrigotti’s article Clerkenwell: Drift and Prams in the psychogeographic review. He writes “I used to spend several hours every morning walking in… Continue reading