D É R I V E R
"Dériver" ("drifting") is a way of wandering through a place in order
to discover it, as a network of lives and experiences. This approach consists of moving through the
different atmospheres of a space (a city, a neighbourhood) by letting oneself be guided by the
impressions, by the subjective effects of such places. Urban drifting was described by situationist Guy Debord in 1956 in his book La théorie de la dérive
to invite his readers to review the way they experience urban spaces. (...) 'Dérive' urges city-dwellers to trust their feelings to watch urban situations in a radically new way.