This project combines poetry, art, and geography. The practice of dérive literally means drifting, an unplanned tour directed by the emotions evoked by a landscape. For each project, participants are given a short (dis)orientation and a map. Then, participants let their psychology lead. Each participant turns in a map recording their path, and send us a response to their dérive. All of the responses are published along with an animation of the paths that participants took. This allows for both individual psychogeographical response and the representation of collective psychogeography. The project becomes a multidimensional artistic analysis of the psychogeography of the place explored.