Psychogeography in the Digital City

John Wild will present his research, Psychogeography in the Digital City, which investigates the spatial impact of new circuits of digitality on the felt experience of the urban environment. Psychogeography in the digital city is conceived both as a method of research and a practice of resistance.

10.30 – 13.00 in Room A002

7 Feburary 2020

Central Saint Martins
King’s Cross
Granary Square
London N1C 4AA

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COMPOSTING ESTATE Seminar Series:  A series of seminars examining processes and materials of composition and decomposition of site and place organized by sensingsite.