SoundWalking: The Arcades Project. Student work exploring real and virtual spaces. Leeds College of Music.
In an earlier post I introduced a short 2 minute video I made that was screened online and in the exhibition gallery as part of the 3rd Istanbul Biennial. The theme of the biennial was 'Are We Human? ' and I composed the video using images I had collec...
Instagram: @c21rainbowtribe Twitter: @c21rainbowtribe Facebook: Rainbow Tribe (c21rainbowtribe) Rainbow Tribe: Affectionate Movement a LADA DIY 13 workshop, supported by hÅb, led by Ria Hartley and myself. Our workshop is called The Rainbow Tribe: Affectionate Movement* and the ambition is that it will continue to allow participants to benefit from re-addressing power relationships in relation […]
Photo credit: Matthew Noel-Tod, stills from performance of Shadowing Josephine, Outpost, Norwich 2016 Rainbow Tribe drawings, Jade Montserrat, 2016 On Dec 16 Shadowing Josephine will be performed at Panoply Lab in New York especially. Although I’m working to develop the performance next year to show a transformative Black body, transcending the exhaustion that I currently […]
Loss of ice in the Arctic In just 4 days from November 16 - 19, 2016 the Arctic sea ice extent fell 0.16 million km² , as illustrated by the above image ads.nipr.ac.jp/vishop image. The image below, based on NSIDC data, shows the Arctic sea ...
Exploring the coast of Newcastle with our good friends and hosts Lisa and Wayne of Curve Gallery.
Community printmaking workshop, Newcastle Printmakers welcomed us for the day to share with them some of our practice as part of our residency. Great day with lovely people and conversation. Thank you to NPW and Curve Gallery.
The Themeda Grasslands on coastal headlands is an endangered ecological community. The tufted low-growing native grass is now rare along the NSW coastline. Protection of the Termed grasslands is a priority protected and now encouraged by Trees in N...
The great north walk from Newcastle to Glenrock. Awabakal country history revealed in the coastline. Colours and structures are breathtaking. Glenrock contains all eight Newcastle coal seams, and seven of them outcrop around Burwood beach. ...
Locations selected, paths walked and stories shared. We finally begin to scan with the Reigel scanner very kindly provided by NSW Government Office of Environment and Heritage.
From Mangroves to Salt Marsh plain, the Hunter splits to create Ash Island. Protected habitats shared.
From lakeside to mangrove, the landscape is complex and full of colour and texture.
First day at Wetlands National park NSW. Exploring the landscape and lessons in scanning with Steve from Office of Environment and Heritage.#commongroundorientation
,To Keynsham from BathWalking the river bank, scoping Sweet Waters. From Salford to Keynsham one cold clear frosty November morning I walked from home down the linear park to the river. Linear walk nonlinear thoughts was the watchword for a week in which I had planned to do this 18 mile loop to the Chocolate factory and back, to visit a monastery and read a slave traders log, take part in a movement workshop and spend an hour with a serious economic historian researching the s [...]
What is a place?In the simplest possible terms, a place is a meaningful location. Places are spaces that humans perceive as meaningful because of their social and emotional associations. We form these attachments with spaces as they provide the setting...
Andrew Stuck first met Tim Ingram-Smith back in 2015 when he came on a walkshop to reveal the lost neighbourhood of London’s Kings Cross, on which Andrew had collaborated with fellow Talking Walking interviewee, Tom Bolton. Tim mentioned that he was about to embark on a 3 year expedition to discover parts of London he had never visited. He talked […]
First Sunday for December is Sunday 4th and we will be meeting outside The Crown and Kettle on Oldham Road at 2pm for a classic old school derive January 1st is first Sunday of 2017 but we will postpone a week so folk can get there All welcome and it...
My iPad is full of clips of students’ spiraling emoji pen projects. Thanks Hopscotch, and British Council Science in Schools project
This week… https://indd.adobe.com/view/acb3927b-bdc8-4ee2-b295-907d2b4c0ff0
Orne : des cours de codage informatique in English ! - France 3 Basse-Normandie: On being a “spécialiste des technologies nomades“