18 Aug 2013 | walking in circles

New blog!

A new adventure, a new blog. Continue reading about my 40 day walk with 40 people to the Nomadic Village in the south of France here: www.asoftarmour.blogspot.com

16 Aug 2013 | daily rounds

news!

MONDAY 10 OCTOBER BBC 4 9PM British CeramicsThis programme SHOULD include pictures and words from me in the Pavilion earlier this year (even at this late stage the Director, David Vincent, is not ABSOLUTELY certain!)

16 Aug 2013 | daily rounds

more news!

A NEW VOLUME from GO TOGETHER PRESS for which I have been one of the production team RAILTRACKS Anne Michaels and John Berger with photographs by Tereza Stehlikova available exclusively from the l...

16 Aug 2013 | daily rounds

about walking about 15th May

three of us who met at Winter School in Glasgow earlier this year are walking together apart today. In Portland, Oregon, U.S., London, England and Grantchester, England, Lilian Gael, Richard Layzell and material woman have synchronised their timepieces...

16 Aug 2013 | daily rounds

FOUND

Kettle's Yard: FOUND A Garage Salewith a star-studded programme of artistic and literary events 17 - 22 May 2011 Tuesday-Saturday 10-6pm Sunday 12-5pm The Brompton Garage, 1 North Terrace, London, SW3 2BA (Neares...

16 Aug 2013 | daily rounds

daily rounds 2013-08-16 06:55:00

This is to let you know of the outcome of my Aune Head Arts commission on Dartmoor last summer. Along with three other artists, all of us over 65, I was given the opportunity to make a sound piece for the EVA projec...

16 Aug 2013 | daily rounds

daily rounds 2013-08-16 06:49:00

here is a very simple idea for a walk Hop, Skip, Jump I walk to a friend (no more than a day's walk from me) and stay over, the two of us walk together (no more than a day's walk) to a third person, (unknown to me), we stay over and then the three ...

12 Aug 2013 | not another psychogeography blog

A drift around Paddock

I recently read Farley and Robert’s Edgelands book which is an excellent account of familiar but forgotten spaces which are neither part of cities or the countryside. The Edgelands are in fact the ‘spaces in between’ places … The writers Farley and Roberts argue that the Edgelands tend to be ‘ignored or misrepresented’ in much […]