Howes - The Expanding Field of Sensory Studies - summary 15.5.2017
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Why Cities Should Embrace “Psychogeography” BY KINDER INSTITUTE · DECEMBER 28, 2015 Ryan Holeywell | @RyanHoleywell | December 28, 2015 Colin Ellard is a Toronto-based neuroscientist who studies how our bodies and minds respond to different environments. The biggest tool at his disposal: his Urban Realities Laboratory, which lets him use virtual reality to create places and track … Continue reading Articles – Psychogeography
"Power to the psychogeographers", Simon Parker In: The Guardian, 22 Feb 2002 Source: https://www.theguardian.com/society/2002/feb/22/urbandesign.architecture Accessed: 31.10.2016 Power to the psychogeographers The ideas of a group of French radicals are enjoying a revival as planners seek to involve the public in designing their own cities. Simon Parker reports ----- Those who think of the Situationists at all … Continue reading Articles – Psychogeography
Institut für Kunstwissenschaft und Historische UrbanistikCenter for Metropolitan Studies Public Lecture: "Cities and Urban Society, 1914-1918" by Prof. Andrew Lees, Rutgers University Donnerstag, 11. Mai 2017 Thursday May 11th 2017 | 6-8 pm | HBS 103 We are honored to welcome Prof. Andrew Lees from Rutgers University at the Center for Metropolitan Studies. He'll be … Continue reading Events – Public Lecture: “Cities and Urban Society, 1914-1918” by Prof. Andrew Lees, Rutgers University
"Patrick Keiller Has Been Filming London's Slow Collapse Since the 1990s", Nathalie Olah In: The Guardian, 11 Dec. 2013 Source: https://www.vice.com/en_au/article/patrick-keiller-interview-london Accessed: 21.4.2017.
"The Autonomous City by Alexander Vasudevan review – in praise of squatting", PD Smith In: The Guardian, 16 March 2017 Source: https://www.theguardian.com/books/2017/mar/16/the-autonomous-city-by-alexander-vasudevan-review-squatting Accessed: 20.4.2017
"Concrete Jungle: Why Brutalist Architecture is Back in Style", Felix Salmon In: The Guardian, 28 September 2016 Source: https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2016/sep/28/grey-pride-brutalist-architecture-back-in-style Accessed: 20.4.2017