BLOG/NEWS - September 12, 2020

Eslanade Walk, Toronto

A walk is an investigatory exercise that begins with energy and ends when (and only when) exhausted.

The perceptions of infants are remarkable. That infants reliably develop into adults, who for all their wisdom or kindness are often unremarkable, blinds us to this fact. The infant’s world is a case study in confused attention. … The world is not yet organized into discrete objects for these new eyes: it is all light and dark, shadow and brightness.

From the book by Alexandra Horowitz: The Art of Looking: Eleven Ways of Viewing the Multiple Realities of Our Everyday Wonderland.

But there is OUR psychogeography!
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