PETROL & COFFEE

Psychogeography - image during drift by Paul Conneally Dronfield Woodhouse England May 2017

“Until the environment is collectively dominated, there will be no individuals — only spectres haunting the objects anarchically presented to them by others. In chance situations we meet separated people moving randomly. Their divergent emotions neutralize each other and maintain their solid environment of boredom. As long as we are unable to make our own history, to freely create situations, striving toward unity will introduce other separations. The quest for a central activity leads to the formation of new specialisations.”

Guy Debord

Critique of Separation 1961

Photograph: ‘PETROL & COFFEE’ – Paul Conneally – Dronfield Woodhouse – May 2017

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