Participant in some of our walks described our intentions in his article about psychogeography like this:
“in discovering a small world we discover the whole world.”
19. Place Aux Herbes, Uzes, France, September 2015
18. Quebec City underpass,. August 2013
17. Ossington Street, back alleys Graffity Gallery,
16. Trafalgar Hill, San Francisco,
15. Plaza in Guardalavaca, Holguin province, Cuba
14. Square with perfect marks:
13. One very important walk, somewhat specific, was performed in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is raising very significant question about legality of "street art" and freedom of expression.
Walks in 2011 were performed in Serbia, Austria and France:
12. Koracica, special village in Serbia, July 2011
10. Four connected squares in Salzburg, Austria.
Two psychogeographical walks were performed and portraits created in Barcelona, Spain.
09. Plaça de la Vila de Gracia
08. Plaça Lesseps, Barcelona
2005, 2006, 2007
On the two maps bellow of our psychogeographical walks performed in 2005, 2006 and 2007 are marked.
01. Graffiti Alley - Toronto West Queen [Gallery], May, 2005
02. Manhatan Urban Art [Gallery], December 2005
03. Dunford Avenue, Orphan Spaces Charrete Walk [Web site], May 2006
In the first half of 2006 our psychogeographical work was recognized by Bill Humber from the Seneca College’s Centre for the Built Environment and we started collaboration on a “Digital Neghbourhoods Project”. We formed a teams that performed two psychogeographical walks.
Participants were couple of people from our group and at least one person living in the area. Technique is quite simple. Group of enthusiasts is walking for an hour or so with a not predetermined plan through the part of the community with eyes wide open and curiosity.
04. Bowmanville [PDF 5.5 MB], June 2006
05. Wiliamsburg [Withby], [PDF 1.9 MB], June 2006
06. Old Toronto [PDF 1MB], October 2006.
07. Zmaj Colony, Beograd [Zemun], [PDF 1.5MB], August 2007
This is our definition of the psychogeography:
"The subjective analysis, mental reaction, to neighbourhood behaviours related to geographic location. A chronological process based on the order of appearance of observed topics, with the time delayed inclusion of other relevant instances".