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Pedestrian

Walking as Meditation and the Lure of Everyday Objects

October 1998

“The City is an addictive machine from which there is no escape.” Rem Koolhaus in Delerious New York.

In Pedestrian: Walking as Meditation and the Lure of Everyday Objects, a walk through the City becomes the trigger of a rambling meditation on space, time and the urban environment seen through chance encounters with evocative objects. It provides an occasion to examine the hidden meanings of the ordinary.

TAXONOMY

Psychogeography | Space | Time | Urban

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Java.

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