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    how psychogeography manifests itself in the arts (summary)

    | 2006-08-18 | 12:52
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    The phenomena of place and locality aren’t particularly popular in the era of virtualization and delocalization, often taken as symbols of insularity and sentimentality. Yet artists create works that use location as the central paradigm increasingly often, thus demonstrating that the sense of place has remained one of the fundamental elements of the human experience. The need to actualize one’s place in reality arises when the growing number of diverse contexts constituting one’s existence threatens to disturb the integrity of one’s self. Such actualization can take the form of psychogeographical mapping that employs a concrete location as a medium channeling complex links between people, objects and memories.

    While those highly subjective and hard-to-measure relationships are clearly beyond the scope of conventional cartography, art is capable of capturing the endlessly interconnected nature of spatial reality’s fabric. Works of art using various older media, from Tarkovsky’s films to Woolf’s texts, have been exploring the metaphysics of place for quite a while already, but the new media seem to be especially “psychogeography-friendly”. A notable contemporary example from Lithuania is PB8-001-V, an alternative sound-augmented trolleybus route and DVD project by Andrius Rugevičius that the author himself has described as “self-exportation”.
     

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