Reason 3 : On the Case
Because everyday movement through a neighborhood contributes to our critical understanding of place—the routes and roots, the enticements and hauntings—and how we navigate such spaces helps shape our mental maps of the urban landscape…
How does moving through a site, encountering the street-level visual culture through the prisms of its materiality and its diverse inhabitants, re-frame our notions of place? What vernacular modes of understanding produce what kinds of maps? How does psycho-geographic practice provide the basis for a critical rendering of place? What visual and cultural clues do we follow, and towards what ends?
On the Case 3: performance video, w/improvised text, April 09.
On the Case 1: (after Lisa Mee) performance video, w/improvised text, April 09