Aimlessness with an Aim: Rediscovering a City’s Soul
When people journey around cities, there’s also personal connection attached to places, unique to each individual. Some of these are lost to time and industrial redevelopment. For example, here beneath Sydney, lies a tunnel system that houses an underground river that was the original water source for when Sydney was still a growing colony. A theory, known as psychogeography, seeks to re-enchant these urban spaces. Dr. Ian Collinson, lecturer and tutor in Media, Music, and Communication Studies at Macquarie University, joined Ruby in the studio on Tuesday Drive to discuss.