In celebration of its 40th anniversary, the Public Art Fund has unveiled its largest public art project to date in the city, “Good Fences Make Good Neighbors” by the Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei. The installation, consisting of more than 300 a...
As the five day 2017 Made of Walking event in La Romieu, south west France drew to a close, Andrew Stuck had an opportunity to talk to Geert Vermeire, it’s organiser and a walking poet and philosopher, in his on right. We sat in an ‘echo-ey’ dining hall, in front of […]
Hands Across the City Sunday 29th OctoberCastle Park by the Bristol Bridge entrance, BS1 3XDTime 12:30 – 16:00The culmination of the month-long celebration of Journey to Justice Bristol, this historical walk starts at Bristol Bridge. It proceeds to Pero’s Bridge where we shall hold hands to make a human bridge affirming the city’s solidarity with refugees, asylum seekers and migrant communities. We shall end at City Hall with a celebration event. Everyone is encourag [...]
Kia ora Minister Congratulations on your new role and wishing you every success as we move towards a sustainable climate-friendly future. Walking has many benefits that will help us on this journey, including: Strong economic benefits, as demonstrated ...
Climate Change and 3.2 km drawing.Contributory and 3.1 km drawing.
We are a group of self-bosses, winding our way through the blustery Olympic Park connecting and sharing with each other. We all work for ourselves, usually on our own, and enjoy walking and talking. Beyond that we are a diverse group working within a range of businesses and sectors interested in supporting each other, learning, discovering, […]
I have spent the past few days in Riga – coming to take part in RIXC Open Fields and present a paper on Waters of the Past – especially focusing on the recent exploration of the runes, DNA music and 360 camera work. I also talked about the collaboration with Josiah Jordan on this project […]
Cubicle dwelling and 3.2 km drawing.
Edging and 3.0 km drawing.
by Rosamund Cran What does it mean to document a walk and what can arise from this process? To make a record, to record, to remember, to… Read more "Walking Forwards & Backwards"
Monday 17/10/2016 8°C, light wind 2m/s, overcast, low fog. Sunrise 10:49 - Sunset 16:34 Early morning we take leave ofPyramiden. In dark grey green sea ruffled by a light wind, I watch the glimmer of dawn appear over mountain tops, the moon still hanging above us. I stand on deck watching mountains and glaciers passing, and the last time most of us will pass this way for a while. We are all subdued. A few hours later we sail into Longyearbyen and moor up. 78°13.7´N, 015°36....
Digging and 2.9 km drawing.
Past and 3.0 km drawing.
Keywords migration, journeying, sustainability, augmented reality, place, ecology, art, identity Overview This presentation focuses on a project-in-progress titled Waters of the Past. The project has emerged from residencies in the Faroe Islands, Iceland, New Zealand and Norway in 2016-17. Waters of the Past explores the iconography of the sea and natural environment as a juxtaposition […]
Diversion and 40 metre drawing.Different knowledge and 4.1 km drawing.
Knowledge and 2.2 km drawing.
#Thread and Word : A walking poem written during the Art Festival XOXO @OXO #Tribe17 we walked and experienced our surroundings with a pack of instructional cards, ropes and ribbons. These are the words that resulted from th...
Burned again and 2.1 km drawing.Burned and 2.1 km drawing.
A walk with Tisidra Jones – September, 2017 We wander in our past walking as a part of history walking in the unknown present space that belonged to neither of us mind in and out of place and absence noticing a purple house […]
Into the Valley....and 4.3 km drawing.