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Cyclogeography

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Rick Bagnall

on 27 June 2013

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Transcript of Cyclogeography

William Blake
Cycling
Landscape
Archaeology
to
the Pagan Rider of Albion
introduction
research
the novel
C y c l o g e o g r a p h y
the emotional
the physical
the rational
the imagination
Characters
Premise
Synopsis
Plot
the emotional
the physical
the rational
the imagination
Jon
Ayla
Will
Adrian
Luvah
Tharmas
Urizen
Urthona
R i c h a r d
B r i g i t
the velocipede
tyre pressure
oil
weight
punctures
the road
gradient
texture of surface
pot holes
loose gravel !!
white lines
frequency of hills
the weather
temperature
humidity
rain
complexity of lanes
the cyclist
freshness of legs
number of miles
thirst
state of mind
I am the 'equals' teetering between all these parameters
the Equation of the Velocipede
the Ego fails to destroy the Anima
Albion - the Eternal
the Emanation of the Giant Albion
the Four Zoas
Los (Urthona) prancing with joy in
the Eternal realm
Urizen in his shackles of reason
the realm of the Eternals
the Zoas in the Eternal realm
the Fall of Man
the flaneur & the derive
psychogeography
"the study of the precise laws and specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organized or not, on the emotions and behavior of individuals"
Guy Debord 1955
the situationists
how we relate to space & means of reading the landscape
further reading
a survey of the English Imagination
a tour of England
the physical landscape
the mental landscape
the production of space
weight
WEIGHT
hunger
sunshine or hail?
wind
wind
WIND
chalk
the Silbury Game
the Great Wold Valley
the Gypsey Race
Avebury
Willy Howe
Little Argham Henge?
the Rudston Monolith
Ba'l Hill
Duggleby Howe
Albion in Slumber
Albion Awoken
Albion Arisen
Reason
Instinct & Strength
Imagination
Emotions & Passions
the Mind
the Heart
the Body
the Spirit
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