The London Psychogeophysics Summit with Alejo Duque, Kathrin Guenter, Graham Harwood, Martin Howse, Petr Kazil, Jonathan Kemp, Martin Kuentz, Tom McCarthy, Christian Nold, Nick Papadimitriou, John Rogers, Karen Russo, Gordan Savicic, Suzanne Treister, Danja Vasiliev :: August 2-7, 2010 :: SPACE and HTTP Gallery, London.
The London Psychogeophysics Summit proposes an intense week-long, city-wide series of walks, fieldtrips, river drifts, open workshops and discussions exploring the novel interdisciplinary frame of psychogeophysics, colliding psychogeographics with earth science measurements and study (fictions of forensics and geophysical archaeology). Centred around SPACE, open events include practical workshops in building simple geophysical measurement devices from scrap materials, fieldtrips for study and long-term use of such devices in the city, measurement and mapping of physical and geophysical data during city-wide walks, deployment of strategic underground networks, fusion of fiction, derive and signal excursion, studies of river signal ecologies alongside short lectures and discussions of broad, interdisciplinary psychogeophysical themes.
The London Psychogeophysics Summit will take place from 2nd August to the 7th of August with daily events at SPACE, evenings at HTTP Gallery, and walks and river drifts scattered across London. A large open air event will take place on Saturday 7th August.