I got into a discussion on Twitter recently about masculinity in open space office design, which was potentially similar. Is there a distinction between the city itself, and psychogeography/navigating it as a separate thing, or are they one and the same? I’ve added Lefebvre’s Production of Space to my reading list anyway.
Laura Oldfield-Ford springs to mind to redress the balance a little, and can lend you the Savage Messiah collection of it helps.
From a practical point of view though, how could psychogeography act as a mirror into the walker? How can we question what makes us comfortable or uncomfortable?