(WARNING: this is not an indiscriminate list, but the exemplary, the true goose chasers, the wild hunt saboteurs, wonders worth getting lost in.)
- World Wide Wandering: e-drifting in Paris and London - In the Scottish Journal of Performance David Overend proposes e-drifting as a new form of cultural pathfinding for a contemporary city that is increasingly global, networked and integrated with virtual spaces. The primary methodology—wandering—is understood as a resistant practice that can inform and shape the ways in which we use and inhabit both urban and cyber spaces.
- Middlesex County Council - not what you might think. The county is both an intimate friend and a threat. It is the sparkle of sunlight on red suburban rooftops on spring mornings. It is compressed decades of endless car journeys down the A406 North Circular - drivers farting languidly in their Ford Capris.
- Pavement Graffiti - Megan Hicks's wonderful collection of pavement and urban art - here too
- Here are The Psychogeographical Commission who are “creating music which blurs the line between the real and imagined landscapes in order to allow individuals to revaluate their own mythologies and provide new ideas to bring them closer to harmony with their urban surroundings.”
- Liz Kueneke’s fabulous resource of psychogeographical and cartographical experiments
- Emma Cocker – key researcher on wandering
- Body Pictographs and the Disappeared - an article by Owain Jones
- Kinga Araya - crucial artist of walking, walls and prostheses
- Sozita Goudouna’s site of sites project, an archive of ideas
- Gail Burton, Serena Korda and Clare Qualmann’s walkwalkwalk project: artists of the forgotten and familiar, collectors of the chip paper everyday
- Shea Craig: mindful flâneur on the road to representation
- “Rios does not have a fixed place of work. He is flexible enough to create in a hotel room, in the street, in his workshop, in front of a computer; his studio is inside himself and does not depend on four walls.”
- Anne Galloway’s consistently fascinating blog on space
- A wonderful site of psychogeography and hypnagogic mapping, dreamed by Jennifer Dumpert.
- Sliding between art and science, Aleksandar Janicijevic’s life of squares
- Sharon Baker’s extraordinary “eat me!”
- Katy Beinart’s and Rebecca Beinart’s journey
- Shelley Trower’s evocative walking talk on landscape, literature and ghosts:
- Mark A. James’s wanderers’ toolkit project
- Bryony Henderson’s experiments in mapping, being and imagined spaces
- Isabella Whitworth's account of a Newton Abbott drift. (Scroll down to the last entry - 24/26th February
- Random People’s documentation of their work, with much that is journey based
- Jooyoung Lee’s wonderful collective walks
- Cynthia Hooper's paintings, videos and all stations in between
- Blazing Tales' innovative journey following a river’s course with mixed heritage families.
- Philippe Petit's Sky Walk: Re-enactment
Documentation from a re-enactment of Philippe Petit's 1974 "sky walk" between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, an assignment devised and written by Misha Myers. Following this brief Katharina Walsh and Matthew Snmallwood 're-enact and transpose Petit's walk' not as a purely literal translation of the event but as a stimulus for a varied and layered interpretation. The brief asked for the identification of the specific details of the site (much like Petit's own meticulous drawings and plans), for notes on weather conditions, on changes in atmosphere, documentation of the walkers’ movements, 'unexpected incidents and/or coincidences'.
The assignment was given as part of a site-specific theatre module at Dartington College of Arts lead by Misha Myers (2010).