‘Psychogeography made the city subjective and at the same time drew subjectivity out of its individualistic shell.’

– McKenzie Wark, The Beach Beneath the Street


“The past, the present, and the future…overlap in a messy configuration. Architects can never get and keep control of all the factors in a city which exist in the dimensions of patched-up expendable, and developing forms”.

– Lawrence Alloway, The Independent Group.