Following and 2.5 km drawing.
Installation , Hunt Museum, April 30 2018
A lot has happened since the last time I posted anything here. I found a new job. I quit that job to return to school. Now I’m in a PhD program, focused on walking as an aesthetic practice. And my little sister died. I never intended for eight months to pass between blog posts, but […]
Final and 3.3 km drawing.
Words of the day were obvs bound to be Metaphor, Palimpsest, Serendipitous, Inscription and Superscription, On such a walk as this; A train ride to Stonehouse And then a walk through what once was Standish Hospital, Now a Dystopian Derek Jarmane...
Pre-carrion and 3.1 km drawing.
This-half mile walk between two historic New York parks is appropriate for any time of year. Springtime is particularly wonderful, even in the rain. The last week in April usually brings abundant daffodils and redbuds along with greening lawns. Even a ...
Perimeter and 4.4 km drawing.
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Pre-Flush and 3.2 km drawing.
It has been said that football is a religion. It is true that for many attending a match can seem like a religious experience. The blind faith that one day your team will reach the promised land (of the Premiership), the sense of belonging, the passion...
The daily and 1.6 km drawing.Coming and 2.5 km drawing.
erasure / profile contemplation on the absence of an egg ≈ Now playing: Sarah Davachi – ‘At Hand’ from Let Night Come On Bells End The Day.
Progress and 2.4 km drawing.Perched and 3.8 km drawing.
After months of cold and rain, the sun is out, flowers are everywhere and greenery is bursting through. Now is a time of growth and development. A time to push, stretch and expand in terms of your own work and professional development. Take a walk with a route that includes lots of new growth, such … April Walking QuestionRead More »
Farewells and 6.5 km drawing.
The ‘return’ of the 4th World Congress of Psychogeography! 7th-8th September at Heritage Quay in Huddersfield. More details via this link: http://4wcop.org/#page-top
History and 4.4 km drawing.Tokugawa and 3.4 km drawing.
Tomorrow is the Diada de Sant Jordi who is famous for killing a dragon and traditionally it is celebrated here in Catalunya with books. It is also the memorial day for Miguel de Cervantes, he died on that day in 1616, a year after the second ...