August 23rd, 2011 | researchmaterial
Psychogeography can be defined as an examination of the total effects of geography and place on the individual.
Psychogeophysics expands this artistic research to embrace geophysics, defined as the quantitative observation of the earth’s physical properties, and its interaction with local signal ecologies.
Psychogeophysics proposes a series of interdisciplinary public experiments and workshops excavating the spectral city and examining the precise effects of geophysical/spectral ecologies on the individual through pseudo-scientific measurement and mapping, algorithmic walking and the construction of (experimental) situations.
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