Transgressions: A Journal of Urban Exploration
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Transgressions: A Journal of Urban Exploration was a British magazine founded in 1995. It ran for five years, though only four magazines were produced, one of which was a double-issue (nos 2/3). Its contents reflected the emergence of new forms of psychogeographical activity in the 1990s. A more playful and sensuous direction was charted, nodding more to the situationism of Asger Jorn than Guy Debord, with frequent allusions to the "magico-Marxism" current amongst British groups, such as the reformed London Psychogeographical Association. The first usage of the term "magico-Marxism" appears to have been in this magazine, in 1996.
The magazine also introduced the work of the Italian "situationauts" as well as various psychogeographical initiatives, some of which have a post-avant-garde insistence on "ordinary lives". The magazine was edited by Alastair Bonnett and published by Salamander Press, London.
- Bin, D. (1996). ' London Psychogeographical Association Newsletter and Manchester Area Psychogeographic ', Transgressions, 2/3, pp. 120-121.
- Bui, R. and Paccosi, R. (1995). 'The Transmaniacs: reports from Italy's Situationauts', Transgressions 1, pp. 59-73.
- Bonnett, A. (1996). 'The transgressive geographies of daily life', Transgressions, 2/3, pp. 20-37
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