Psychogeography: from Landscape to Mindscape—with Gregory Brun

Like psychotherapy, psychogeography inhabits the uncertain border between science and art. It is the exploration of landscape and nature as a mapping of the psyche, in which inner terrain becomes outer terrain and vice versa, and in which the structures of society are experienced by the act of walking the land.

From the wandering of Theseus in the Labyrinth to Guy Debord’s drifting in the streets of Paris and our modern condition, we’ll gather for a discussion about the Real, maps, emotions, soul and subversion.

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