Why cities emptied by Covid-19 are perfect for modern flâneurs | Walking holidays | The Guardian

Be the first to favourite this.

Copying the approach of Baudelaire’s quizzical stroller can help us escape lockdown – even if he needs a little updating

Source: Why cities emptied by Covid-19 are perfect for modern flâneurs | Walking holidays | The Guardian

Babak Fakhamzadeh

Netherlands / Iran / Brazil

Babak was working in ICT4D before it had a name (2001), never really left it, and knows how to throw together a pretty mean combination of a wide array of programming languages, both frontend and backend. He brought photomarathons to Africa (2007) and won ...

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Also check out

  • Curated news
    New

    Pavement serves as canvas in Wacotown Chalk + Walk street fest | Arts & Theatre | wacotrib.com

    · 9 May, 2021
  • Curated news
    New

    Opinion | Walking is not only cool, but economically sound – The Daily Iowan

    · 9 May, 2021
  • Curated news
    New

    Middletown Brothers Walking Cross-Country for COVID Relief

    · 4 May, 2021
  • Post
    New

    Beat, to the dance

    Ove Holmqvist
    · 6 May, 2021
  • walk · listen · café
    New

    Pedestrian Provocations: Manifesting an Accessible Future

    Blake Morris
    Morag Rose
    · 2021-06-08 18:00
  • Curated news
    New

    Pilfered Paintings Performance: Festival hopes to catch a thief with walking theater – The Free Weekly

    · 9 May, 2021
  • Curated news
    New

    The North Wales secret walks, hidden lakes and Banksy-style art waiting to be rediscovered – North Wales Live

    · 2 May, 2021
  • Event

    Open Call Advisory Event for submissions to Sound Walk September 2021

    Andrew Stuck
    Geert Vermeire
    · 2021-04-13 18:00
  • Curated news
    New

    Walking Tour: The Cool, Old, and Beautiful Clocks of Downtown Crossing

    · 9 May, 2021
  • Curated news
    New

    CoLab Radio » Blog Archive » A sound walk through the changing street economy of Boyle Heights

    · 2 May, 2021
  • Curated news
    New

    Immerse yourself in local culture with these Indigenous-led walking tours – The Globe and Mail

    · 29 Apr, 2021
  • Curated news
    New

    Sounds of Otley to be captured in art installation | Wharfedale Observer

    · 16 Apr, 2021
Curated news
New
Pavement serves as canvas in Wacotown Chalk + Walk street fest | Arts & Theatre | wacotrib.com

9 May, 2021

Curated news
New
Opinion | Walking is not only cool, but economically sound – The Daily Iowan

9 May, 2021

Curated news
New
Middletown Brothers Walking Cross-Country for COVID Relief

4 May, 2021

Post
New
Beat, to the dance

6 May, 2021

Ove Holmqvist is the creator of Holon.ist, a mobile app that synthesises sensory data, like movement, temperature and weather, converting it to sound and music.

walk · listen · café
New
Pedestrian Provocations: Manifesting an Accessible Future

2021-06-08 18:00

Online

Blake Morris and Morag Rose will consider the complex relationship between diverse bodies, cyberspace, and movement, whilst addressing the challenges and opportunities of digital access.

Curated news
New
Pilfered Paintings Performance: Festival hopes to catch a thief with walking theater – The Free Weekly

9 May, 2021

Curated news
New
The North Wales secret walks, hidden lakes and Banksy-style art waiting to be rediscovered – North Wales Live

2 May, 2021

Event
Open Call Advisory Event for submissions to Sound Walk September 2021

2021-04-13 18:00

Online

If you're keen on making the most of your SWS21 submission, join us for a as much detail on the process as we can possibly give you.

Curated news
New
Walking Tour: The Cool, Old, and Beautiful Clocks of Downtown Crossing

9 May, 2021

Curated news
New
CoLab Radio » Blog Archive » A sound walk through the changing street economy of Boyle Heights

2 May, 2021

Curated news
New
Immerse yourself in local culture with these Indigenous-led walking tours – The Globe and Mail

29 Apr, 2021

Curated news
New
Sounds of Otley to be captured in art installation | Wharfedale Observer

16 Apr, 2021