Walking Inside Out : Contemporary British Psychogeography
Part of the Place, Memory, Affect series
Walking Inside Out is the first text that attempts to merge the work of literary and artist practitioners with academics to critically explore the state of psychogeography today.
The collection explores contemporary psychogeographical practices, shows how a critical form of walking can highlight easily overlooked urban phenomenon, and examines the impact that everyday life in the city has on the individual.
Through a variety of case studies, it offers a British perspective of international spaces, from the British metropolis to the post-communist European city.
By situating the current strand of psychogeography within its historical, political and creative context along with careful consideration of the challenges it faces Walking Inside Out offers a vision for the future of the discipline.