A series of situations map

In my work, I chose and reproduce one of the following strategies or techniques is: A drawing of the city as a series of situations. Guy Debord’s Psychogeographic guide of Paris, which is my object of imitation. The art of trying to record and understand the influence of the external environment on the human mind, and vice versa. The psychological literature geography phenomenon in literature, that is, literature is take on the most widely used sense expression: it successfully capture the human mind a city or landscape of a particular part of the impact, the projection of a person or any text inner feeling or mood of external environment. Well versed in literature, poetry, fiction and drama, but also the popular novels, comics, news writing, songs, movies, formal reporting and advertising slogans. All of these can be debris or channel capture descriptive text “psychological and geographical moment”. All these fragmented text fragments, together, will have the potential to “read” the landscape of the life story, “map” it is atmosphere and mood changes. Books allow past history to make contact with the words, they are to understand the interface of a city. This relationship can also be reversed: learning books, drifting through the urban landscape of their author. When I put this technology in my work is that it makes it easier to understand the role of central station. It is not only a transportation hub, but it also can let people talk in here, have a rest, eating…


http://imaginarymuseum.org/LPG/TALPflw1.htm#an interactive installation by Tjebbe van Tijen

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