Have you ever thought about how you know your way to your destination? Many of us use nearby stores, road signs, and maps. But do maps really show us everything?
Guy Debord has invented this thing called Psychogeography, which is the study of the way people think geographically. He made these maps (as shown on the right) using his own perspective.
Today, we tried to do something similar, and made the route that we take from one place(i.e. home) to our destination(i.e. Meridian Gallery). Our maps were made more mentally than geographically. As we put our routes on paper, we thought about what we saw, heard, and smelled when we went through the route. It was a lot of fun, and I'm very excited to have my map printed on my shoes!