Archive for ‘Psychogeography’

April 16, 2009


A Drift-Walk can take place in a park or any quiet place outdoors. Drift-Walk booklets are given to participants at a meeting point; they include questions and spaces to write or draw. The questions aim to awaken physical awareness: by looking, touching and listening, our minds will make associations tied to physical sensations, something that I ask participants to investigate. Visit this page to download the booklet and consult documentation.

September 19, 2007

Mobile Clubbing Project

Direction: Robyn Campbell & Julie Lebel. Site specific & community dance research in different parks in Vancouver. Participants use their own mobile devices to listen music to and dance.

August 10, 2005

Échelle humaine / Scale:human

Scale: Human July 13 to August 25 2005: Vieux-Poste, Sept-Îles. (QC) L’échelle humaine, research on relationship of art with public spaces, Sept-Îles, QC. (In situ performance: Julie Lebel, visual art: Sébastien Cliche, text: Dawne Carleton & Emmanuelle Roy, video: Gabriel Rochette & Myriam Caron.) Project site.