It’s 7.45 am, misty and fresh. On the rocky, inclining path towards the train station, a procession of gaunt commuters and schoolkids plod in sequence, tiredly brushing off the spider webs clinging to their faces from the bordering hedgerow. Emerging ...
Semi Final and 2.4 km drawing.Token and 1.0 km drawing.
Last Saturday I joined a group of people in Frome to participate in an RSA Frome: Street Wisdom event...Given tasks to walk the streets of Frome alone for 10 minutes at a time and think in specific ways before regrouping to be set our next assign...
Refresh and 2.4 km drawing.Bone and 2.9 km drawing.
What makes People love history? So that it becomes a passion, Not a subject, nor hobby, nor interest, Not a diversion, nor a pastime, But a consuming passion instead. I started to read the virtual edition Of the History Workshop Journal, A compe...
I’ve had a few requests to share the talk I gave at The Unseelie Court event organised by Folk Horror Revival in October. So here it is: We’ll come back to that guy on the slide later. I’m guessing … Continue reading →
Not any special tree. Just a tree and tidal sky, ebbing to gelid darkness. The last wave breaking of a November day. One final incandescent breath. A path lit – for the moment. To retreat or proceed? Always the same … Continue reading →
It’s a surprisingly warm November day. A group of strangers with diverse business backgrounds become a lively, supportive, adventurous gathering of self-bosses, through a walk in the Olympic Park. This is a different kind of networking experience, a Self-Boss Networking Walk lead by Anise and designed to be uplifting, energising and positive. “The walk was inspiring, relaxing and […]
Another Green World Concrete dreams of Catterline (Found Art – after Eardley) . After the fall Small increments in green ≈≈≈ Now playing: Eno – ‘In Dark Trees’ from Another Gree...
Instruction and 2.3 km drawing.What remains and 1.8 km drawing.Egress and 3.1 km drawing.
It started with a glance out of the bus, A blood red disc of a sandstorm sun, It was ten past ten. The light numinous rather than luminous, As we opened the door to leave Bisley church, Emigrant-ghosts waiting for the Bristol cart, And a six week...
November and 4.9 km drawing.
SpatterCan ErasedWalkman erasing with Dirty Electronics for Czech Radio Vltava’s program, 6 December, 2017.Photos: Max Wainwright
Maggie Peake describes her relationship with walking as ambiguous. One wet September morning, walking the South Downs, Maggie decided to ponder on the reasons for this,… Read more "What Does Walking Mean To Me?"
Stereo and 3.7 km drawing.
Temporary and 1.7 km drawing.
Following the previous drawing dialogue project that culminated in an exhibition and conference in Craiova, Romania (See here), some of the participants favoured a second phase. Last time two artists were partnered and initiated drawings that were...
It’s not been hours since going live, and here are the latest additions to I am the Walker . com. … More
Careful and 2.6 km drawing.Rising and 1.9 km drawing.
IAN PARKER TALK AND BOOK LAUNCH – REVOLUTIONARY KEY WORDS FOR A NEW LEFT Wednesday 13 December from 6pm-8pm in the Harold Wilson Building, ground floor, room 5 (HWG/05), University of Huddersfield. Map link here: https://www.hud.ac.uk/media/assets/document/maps/CampusMap.pdf Ian Parker (academic, activist, analyst) will speak about his new book Revolutionary Keywords for a New Left with David […]