Psychogeography: a way to delve into the soul of a city

Psychogeography, as the term suggests, is the intersection of psychology and geography. It focuses on our psychological experiences of the city, and reveals or illuminates forgotten, discarded, or marginalised aspects of the urban environment. Both the theory and practice of psychogeography have been around since 1955, when French theorist Guy Debord coined the term.

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