Urban Psychosis, Will Self & Co.

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Will is wrong to confuse clinical psychosis with built-environment-anxieties and other cyborg states but still:
“Graeme Evans will consider how the design of cities reinforces urban dystopias. John Roberts, through a variety of examples, will explore how spaces of popular protest in cities emerge and why public authorities are so concerned to regulate them. Finally, Will Self will show how the act of walking, through exposing the follies and subterfuges of contemporary architecture and urban planning, can have the healing power to recalibrate our mal-adapted relationship to the built environment, and become a new form of aestheticised activism.”

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