Momentary Ambiances

“Momentary Ambiances: psychogeography in action” is a paper published in the journal Cultural Geographies that describes and contextualizes the Situationist concept of psychogeography as a radical political strategy that can transform our experience in public space and examines three psychogeography-inspired public art experiments in New York City.

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Client: Cultural Geographies (Journal)

Date: 2014

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