Open Inaugural Meeting of the Psychogeography Study Group – Leicester, 16 July 2007, 2pm

Open Inaugural Meeting of the Psychogeography Study Group
Phil Smith (Dartington College of Arts): an introduction to psychogeography & a walk

Monday 16 July 2007
IOCT 2.00 – 3.30pm followed by a walk (for 15 people only) 3.30 – 4.00pm.

Please contact Ian Hunter to book a place: iqhunter [at] Note that the walk is limited to 15 people, so please indicate if you wish to go on the walk as well as attend the meeting.

Phil Smith is a theatre writer, performer, walking artist and teacher. His theatre and libretto work, including over a hundred plays, have been performed in over thirty countries, attended by over two million people. He has taught at the Universities of Plymouth, Winchester and Exeter and at Dartington College of Arts, publishing in Studies In Theatre & Performance, Total Theatre, Performance Research, Reconstruction and Rhizomes. Texts of his solo-performances The Crab Walks (2004) and Crab Steps Aside (2005) will be published in Walking, Writing and Performance: Autobiographical Texts edited by Roberta Mock (Intellect, due 2007).

The DMU Psychogeography is a collaboration between the Institute of Creative Technologies [IOCT] (Prof Sue Thomas), the Faculty of Humanities, DMU (Dr Ian Hunter), and the University of Bradford (Mark Goodall).

Directions to the IOCT