It is the subjective-analysis of the art of videojournalism in relation to its geographical location.
Psychovideojournalism as a discipline pays homage to psychogeography. The latter is a field of study based around the idea of flaneurism (wandering) and owes its presence to the avant-garde movement of the 1950s.
In psychogeography in London, tours are arranged on foot around specific historical points designed to illustrate the richness of the landscape and surrounding architecture.
- The knight Templar's headquarters captured in Dan Brown's Da Vinci code
- The Southbank Centre, acclaimed as the largest single arts centre which sprawls along the river Thames
- Brixton, one of London's diverse boroughs where you can sample every African dish under the sun.
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