--------------------------Below is the written component of the paper I presented in the Landscapes of Digital Games session – which I also co-convened – at the Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) Annual International C...
Runnel and 4.4 km drawing.
Mark-making and 1.4 km drawing.Curiosity and 8.3 km drawing.
Release and .325 km drawing.Lack and 2.2 km drawing.
There have been many times over the past 18 months where I have thought to myself “what the hell am I doing” or “how did I get here”? Those moments have been daunting as well as opportunities for reflection. When I think to the different research and creative projects I have done over the years, […]
An after work walk, starting at the Suffragists Petition past ten sites including places celebrating Māori wāhine, women artists, writers and refugees.Koha to Eva's Wish charity against sexual violence.starting National Library Foyer, Thorndon
Living Streets Aotearoa President Andy Smith says "Skypath will be a wonderful connection for Auckland's walkers, runners and wheelchair users as well as cyclists. Skypath gives Auckland's feet a lift!"He adds "It's a pleasure to have worked with cycli...
Pilgrimages, Shrines, Walking, Making Labyrinths and Story Telling.In her talk at the conference Beyond The Pedestrian: Walking in Research, Theory, Practice and Performance in Liverpool on July 26th Professor Dee Heddon stated that we learn...
Investigate and 2.0 km drawing with chlorophyta and 1.9 km drawing.
Expanded and 4.7 km drawing.
Irregular and 4.2 km drawing.
I was humbled by my blisters twice yesterday. First, I couldn’t walk more than a couple of miles. And then, when we arrived at our destination, Judy, who trained as a nurse, taped the blisters for me. That was especially humbling, because after four days on the road, my feet–to be blunt–stink. I’m still hopeful […]
Wary and 3.3 km drawing.
There was a crooked man, and he walked a crooked mile.He found a crooked sixpence upon a crooked stile.He bought a crooked cat, which caught a crooked mouse,And they all lived together in a little crooked house.
A good night’s sleep can do marvellous things. Last night, I was sure I’d be riding in the truck today. I could hardly put any weight on my blistered foot. This morning, the blisters are still there, but after I put on my shoes and socks, I found I was walking almost normally. So I’m […]
Alert and 3.3 km drawing.
As part of The Royal Geographical Society annual conference’s Walking Together as Research program – we shall be leading a ‘walkshop’ on Wednesday 29 August 2018 – join us if you can. Register here and watch this space for...
I slept on a high-jump mat in a former grade seven classroom last night, and surprisingly I didn’t dream about being 12 years old. We’re living in luxury here: there’s a kitchen and tables and chairs, and running cold water, although you can’t drink it. Most of us had showers, but I couldn’t face a […]
Preparatory and 1.3 km drawing.Negotiate and 1.8 km drawing.
Last week a worldwide Chip Walk. Canada, England and Greece, all walking together. Radical Stroud embarked on a poetic chip shop hop. They walked on the 199th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre, their chips wrapped in Oliver Lomax’s poem commemorating the tragedy. In Bethnal Green rapid gentrification made chippies almost impossible to find. As the […]