Places Of The Heart

Author: Colin Ellard
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ISBN: 9781942658009
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From Stonehenge to 21st-century virtual environments, neuroscientist Ellard explores the psychology behind our behavior in different settings, the ways marketers channel our emotional responses, and the developing technologies that promise ...

Place Based Methods For Researching Schools

Author: Pat Thomson
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1474242901
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'Are we all foodies now? An ethnographic exploration of food experience in
primary schools'. Nottingham: University of Nottingham. Ellard, C. (2015). Places
of the Heart: The Psychogeography of Everyday Life. London: Bellevue Literary ...

Advertising And Public Memory

Author: Stefan Schutt
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317389131
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A combination of scholarly and popular literature is developing on related themes
, including Oli Mould's Urban Subversion and the Creative City (2015), Colin
Ellard's Places of the Heart: The Psychogeography of Everyday Life (2015) and ...

Art Animals And Experience

Author: Elizabeth Sutton
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1315279444
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Intimacy, by contrast, implies collectivity, a circle of acknowledgment and
recognition.” Mitchell, What Do Pictures Want? 230. Colin Ellard, Places of the
Heart: The Psychogeography of Everyday Life (New York: Bellevue Literary
Press, 2015) ...

The Textual Life Of Airports

Author: Christopher Schaberg
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1441135278
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DiFranco's perspective becomes darker in these lines, and she admits to having
to drain her “little pink heart / of all its malice.” The airport again arrives as a kind
of therapeutic zone, where one can “kick back”— all of this takes place at a
remove from the ... Gate” in fact falls in line with an explicit aesthetic project: the
idea of going to the airport explicitly to observe everyday life is what the psycho-
geography influenced Lonely Planet Guide to Experimental Travel calls “Airport
Tourism.

Environment And Planning

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... aware that a grasp of how the image society structures place and space must
be at the heart of their investigations. ... sites of psychogeographical
experimentation which could "function as bridgeheads for a new invasion of
everyday life" (SI, ...

Rethinking Mythogeography

Author: Phil Smith
Publisher: Triarchy Press Limited
ISBN: 9781911193388
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' In this new book, he has reinvented Mythogeography. This beautiful book contains an essay by Phil Smith and images by John Schott taken during Phil's recent invitation to be Artist-in-Residence at Carleton College, Minnesota.

The Everyday

Author: Stephen Johnstone
Publisher: Mit Press
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The old Paris is no longer, the shape of a city changes more quickly than the
heart of a mortal, and this is why, since ... that the psychogeographic investigation
of the city was necessary because of what was assassinated by the boulevards of
... nights at a time (wandering not only through urban space but through time,
never as palpable as when life no longer conforms to ... Certainly not Debord,
whose exploration always led him to places and persons on the margins of
society, toward ...

Radical Games

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Publisher: Nai Uitgevers Pub
ISBN: 9789056626785
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Even in the vastly different formal expression of New Babylon and
psychogeography from the earlier machine ... Reality The problem of abstraction
and its relation with reality goes to the heart of the situationist critique of the
modern condition, ... taken away the communicative symbols of our environment,
has stripped our environment of the richness of everyday life. ... like filing
cabinets that have been built by mediaeval techniques rather than places where
people actually have to live.

The Meaning Of Home

Author: Edwin Heathcote
Publisher: Frances Lincoln
ISBN: 1781011656
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From windows to wardrobes, fireplaces to door knockers, Edwin Heathcote attempts to fathom the elements of our everyday domestic lives.