GENERAL: London Psycographical Survey/Guide, New.

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interactive visitors guide to london

a psycho geographical survey of london
is now available from special projects division

london was explored aimlessly for six months
a subsequent map was draw up of regular routes
between sites of interest e.g. alleys, undercover
buildings, tunnels, hidden rivers

photographs of each site were taken and assembled
with drawings and writing developed during the
period of exploration into an interactive presentation

maybe there are some academics that could pontificate
and theorize about this work
this would be useful for the artists c.v.

visitor's guide to london is available floppy disc

*** cybercafe BBS
TEL: 44(0)71 240 3332 data
Email: [email protected]

*** special projects division
TEL: 44(0)71 497 2916 voice
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