Guerrilla Geography Project 2014

Fantastic Guerrilla Geography project set up by Steve Mouldey, Dan Raven-Ellison and The Geography Collective. I’m a huge fan of what these people do and this year’s theme is a cracker – the misplaced, lost and found and out of place – very geographically evocative.

I will certainly try and take part in the project, not quite sure how yet, but I think this is crying out for the creativity of children so I may try and work with a school on a project. Either way, it is very exciting.

Fun, quirky and brilliant – how will you take part?

The Guerrilla Geography Project 2014: Misplaced

The Guerrilla Geography Project is an international collaboration between people (un)like you to explore and take action on vitally (un)important problems, ideas and issues. Open to all, we invite you to join in and take action.

Explore absence, create presence and transform the lost to found and found to lost by taking part in our 2014 Guerrilla Geography Project: The Misplaced.

We have all had misadventures, mislaid belongings, been misbelieved and missed somewhere, something or someone. Sometimes the geographies of what we miss, mistrust or misunderstand are stronger than those that are present.

This year’s Guerrilla Geography Project is all about exploring, playing with and creating misplaced things, situations and thoughts.

Take part by following these simple steps.

STEP 1

Plan your guerrilla geography action. We are sure that you will have your own ideas, but here are some to get you started:

Explore: Find, photograph and share pictures of…

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