How a liberal German sex pioneer founded a notorious scientific sex institute and fell foul of the Nazis.
Fife is rife with ruins, green fields and contradiction. Its dramatic entrance hall, the Forth Bridge, somehow encapsulates much of its inner nature, except perhaps for the matter of golf.
Reeling through the history of a famous London market and the campaign to save part of it from commercial development.
One of the great joys of the autumn season are blackberries, or brambles as they are known in Scotland and north England.
The film, The Devil’s Plantation, retraces the wanderings of an archaeologist and a patient from a mental institution who frequently but unknowingly interweave across each other’s paths through Glasgow’s “oldest mystery”.
Continuing a skewed mix of horror, psychogeography, myth and history as Glasgow is threatened by an old curse that allows the Quarter of Torment to break through The Sacred Line. Click to for an intro and to catch-up previous parts of The Stones and The Torment
Another web article on psychogeography? Why not! In the run-up to a highly promising weekend of street theatre, surrealism, vintage markets and sacred geometry in Glasgow here is a quick look at the history of psychogeography and, more importantly, what it can do for you.
Wondering at the beauty of the names of wild flowers, their folklore and myth.