In a (partial) challenge to Guy Debord’s infamous assertion, ‘wandering in open countryside is naturally depressing’ (1956), participants were invited to take part in a psychogeographic game. Players were able to choose a folded creative prompt or two (or more) and follow it or them if they so wished, with the only rules concerning safety, respecting other people’s desire for silence if signalled, and stopping if the game ceased being enjoyable.

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