Guide to Getting Lost

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Guide to Getting Lost

16.95
  • Size: 3,5 x 5,5 inch (approximately 90 x 140 mm)
  • Hand bound
  • 32 pages
  • Format: black and white, softcover
  • Language: English
  • Limited edition of 200
  • Unique collaboration between Flaneur Society and Carl Goes
  • Printed and hand bound in The Netherlands

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The Flaneur Society was created in response to Walter Benjamin's book Berlin Childhood Around 1900. In it he explores the concept of the Flaneur, one who wanders without destination.

Intrigued by this concept, the society was created to spread the concept of the Flaneur beyond academic studies and into the general consciousness of how we think of urban spaces.

The Guidebook to Getting Lost is a small pocket sized book which defines the concept of the Flaneur. Using the language of the Park Service and backcountry maps, the guide aims to introduce the participant to a city without the concern of street names and directions. Inside, there are three maps which can guide the participant to a state of Flaneuring.

This little book is printed in a limited edition of 200, has 32 pages and is hand bound.

The Guide to Getting Lost is a unique collaboration between The Flaneur Society and Carl Goes.