Psychogeographics of Privacy in East/West Cities


An interesting project that will be conducted in Saigon the next couple of months:

Project Description

This project explores the shared psychodynamics that are involved in group boundaries that identifies what is inside (cultural, spiritual, political) and how it is reflected on the outside (architecture, urban planning, symbols, monuments). Here, psychogeography refers to the inhabitants’ collective psychological representations of place, the influences on those ‘maps’ and the group interaction and dynamics according to this common map.

More information can be found at the project’s blog: