Psychogeography can be loosely defined as playful and inventive strategies used for exploring places...just about anything that takes pedestrians off their predictable paths and jolts them into a new awareness of the surrounding landscape.
I'm looking for people who want to collaborate on psychogeographic mapping. for this project, flip a coin 25 times to determine your path. for every heads you flipped you will take a right after walking one block. for every tails you flipped you will take a left after walking one block. find a starting point and proceed to walk and map your new route which has been determined by your coin flipping. write down the names of the streets you turn on, the places you pass, and the things you observe as you walk. what do you smell, hear, and see that you might have missed if you had not taken this random route. post your mappings here and share your exploration with other members of create culture.