We like this little video homage someone put together showing downtown at night. It's looking at our city through a slightly different lens than usual, focusing more on those side areas just off the side of the road. Whether the person who made it realized it or not they've done a nice job at capturing the practice of psychogeography.
Wikipedia defines psychogeography as in this way:
"A more straightforward definition is "a slightly stuffy term that's been applied to a whole toy box full of playful, inventive strategies for exploring cities. Psychogeography includes just about anything that takes pedestrians off their predictable paths and jolts them into a new awareness of the urban landscape.""
Spokane is still a relatively excellent place to practice psychogeography as it has a good number of nooks, cranny's and alleys. Even some of the first ring suburbs like West Central and the neighborhoods north of Boone have interesting aspects to them. That small block sizes mean lots of corners and alternative routes.