Experiment 3: Environmental consciousness
What defines your habitat? Create a Psychogeographic Map of a day–or a week, or two weeks–in your habitat. Use things from your environment like magazines, newspapers, pens, materials, anything analog to create a collage on a tabloid format paper. You might use the internet to research and use a computer to print elements but the final work needs to be a handmade collage using a mix of materials–or at least paper. You can base the map on actual geography but you can also create something completely abstract.
Browse: Eye magazine: FIGURES AND FACTS. You do not need to read all the articles. Get inspired by text and image.
Appetite Engineers Sundance Festival
Appetite Engineers Workbook Endpapers
Project 360 by Franke Dresme | Psychogeographic Map
More Psychogeographic Maps (Guy Debord)
Selena Kimball The New World
Selena Kimball The New York Times (continued)
Katie Nairne The altered book 2
Personal Mapping: Feltron Reports
Guy Debord. PsychoGeography: “the study of the precise laws and specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organized or not, on the emotions and behavior of individuals.” mappingweirdstuff