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This blog acts a dumping ground for various projects about the effects of neoliberal gentrification in towns, cities and the countryside, as well as documenting and representing the beauty of dereliction and decay. I am interested in various approaches to studying environments, including psychogeography, deep topography, human geography and psychoanalytic geography. It should be noted, however, that I find it quite difficult to say that I am say a ‘psychogeographer’ or a ‘deep topographer’! Indeed in recent years many people have seemingly ‘jumped on the bandwagon’ and laid claim to doing ‘psychogeographical’ work. I don’t feel that comfortable labelling my work as strictly ‘psychogeographical’ … I don’t find that it is all that easy to define such terms … furthermore, some situationists in the late 50s and early 60s refused to define ideas such as situationism and psychogeography explaining that such questions posed by people were ‘cuntish’! Maybe through my writing I will be able to come up with a label or term that best describes what I do … but for now it’s probably best to say that I like Freudian and Lacanian psychoanalysis, psychogeography, deep topography, neography, situationist theory and radical political theory on the left!
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