in 1955, Guy Debord coined the term psychogeography to emphasize that the constructed environment-architecture dictates the pedestrian experience and controls behaviour.
this work sets aside the common motive of an a to b walk by responding entirely to the immediate environment. in the drift one pays particular attention to elements of the city generally neglected by most pedestrians. a walk becomes an adventure with no true beginning and end.
personal notes which chronicle elements affecting all the senses are later transcribed into maps.