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Walk this way: Some thoughts on psychogeography as a research method | GEOGRAFF!

Walk this way: Some thoughts on psychogeography as a research method | GEOGRAFF!

The piece above was made using the technique of wax-teabag trapping. A large image is cut into many smaller images and then placed into individual tea bags. The teabags are then glued together before an iron is used to melt wax onto the teabags to permanently seal them inside. This creates a fragmented image that has an unusual frail and distressed quality to it.

The piece above was made using the technique of wax-teabag trapping. A large image is cut into many smaller images and then placed into individual tea bags. The teabags are then glued together before an iron is used to melt wax onto the teabags to permanently seal them inside. This creates a fragmented image that has an unusual frail and distressed quality to it.

Nicole Brandon, Getting started with psychogeography (Scottish Book Trust, February 24, 2016). Using psychogeography as a writer’s research method.

Nicole Brandon, Getting started with psychogeography (Scottish Book Trust, February 24, 2016). Using psychogeography as a writer’s research method.

Tiny Library // Based primarily upon the ideas of Psychogeography (an approach to geography that emphasizes playfulness and “drifting”) and Upāya (a Buddhist method of pedagogy translating to ‘expedient means’), Tiny Library will look to create a communicative exchange between creatives to exemplify the social function of creating art and music.

Tiny Library // Based primarily upon the ideas of Psychogeography (an approach to geography that emphasizes playfulness and “drifting”) and Upāya (a Buddhist method of pedagogy translating to ‘expedient means’), Tiny Library will look to create a communicative exchange between creatives to exemplify the social function of creating art and music.

Jeremy Wood, "My Ghost 2000-2009". Online support covering all aspects of applying to art college. www.portfolio-oomph.com

Jeremy Wood, "My Ghost 2000-2009". Online support covering all aspects of applying to art college. www.portfolio-oomph.com

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