Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Tell It Like It Is

"At the time, I suggested that their purpose had been overlooked: psychogeography and the dérive were conceived, in a more politically ambitious period, as preliminaries to the production of new, revolutionary spaces; in the 1990s they seemed more likely to be preliminary to the production of literature and other works, and to gentrification, the discovery of previously overlooked value in dilapidated spaces and neighbourhoods."
- Patrick Keiller, Imaging

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