substrat3During one week at the beginning of September, 17 artists and researchers roamed the east coast of England, exploring contemporary landscape and folklore (UFOs, CCTV ghosts) through the lens of psychogeophysics, defined as the combining of psychogeographic techniques (methods of wandering) with the study of geophysical traces
(geophysical archaeology, the revealing of place).

Psycho Suffolk presents audible results and recordings of events ranging across an Ipswich ghost detection workshop and walk, to a chance encounter at Orford Ness, site of cobra mist, a noisy, dsyfunctional cold war radar installation.