Friday, July 2, 2010

Psychogeography by the sea....

An interesting exchange on Twitter a couple of weeks ago...
Led me to some nice work on Hunstanton.
It's the work of Tina Richardson, who is a Cultural Studies PhD student at the University of Leeds. She has been exploring areas of Hunstanton. They are mapped using techniques that relate to the idea of "Psychogeography"....

ARCADES PROMENADES is one of the outcomes of Tina's work.

Don't forget my earlier early-morning virtual tour of Hunstanton that I did 2 years ago.

Plenty here on the culture of the seaside.
Also looking forward to reading a book out later this month by Travis Elborough called "Wish you were Here"....

2 comments:

Tina Richardson said...

I really appreciate you re-posting this. Thanks very much, Tina

GeoBlogs said...

No problem - going to be following up some of the seaside culture ideas after reading Travis Elborough's book, which I'm enjoying at the moment...