Definition of psychogeographic in English:


Pronunciation /ˌsīkōjēəˈɡrafik/


See psychogeography

‘For the past 20 years, Charles LaBelle has explored both the geographic and psychogeographic space of the city.’
  • ‘'Sculpture and the Sculptural in Halifax and Vancouver' is a wonderful psychogeographic comparison of our two coastal cities.’
  • ‘His work mines similar territory to the psychogeographic fictions of Iain Sinclair.’
  • ‘It was his imaginative 2007 psychogeographic tale of his hometown, 'Alice In Sunderland', which really took the comic industry by storm.’