They weren’t as impressive as the murmurations you see passing by on Facebook in this time of the year but still it was miraculous how those starlings moved through the sky over the street in the middle of the city, forming a dense cloud, vastly changi...
This past semester, I took a graduate-level visual arts course called Group Studio. That course ended last week with a critique by the faculty in the Department of Visual Arts of my photographs of and text work about my walk to Wood Mountain. That critique did not go well. Among other things, one faculty member […]
Substitution and 3.1 km drawing.Roosted and 1.0 km drawing.
Cheap yellow balls. Or were they lime green? Dropping, bouncing, stopping. Rolling across varied surfaces in multiple cities. Helpful people unwittingly disrupting artistic documentation, but making up for it through increasingly meaningful encounters. For some the tennis ball facilitated a strange availability. For others, a continued exploration of a studied area. For me, a continued goodbye… […]
I was very pleased to be included in the current issue of the Magazine d'Art De Saigon. In the issue I introduced myself and some of my personal history along with a brief summary of the recent digital print I made (District 7 Strata, 2018), which invo...
Bordering and 2.6 km drawing.Marked and 1.3 km drawing.
Sheltered and 3.2 km drawing.
A slightly different opportunity to broadcast work with Resonance Extra. ‘Flux’is a monthly radio show (curated by James Davoll) that explores themes of liminal space, temporality and boundaries, whether physical or theoretical. This exploration is carried out through field recording … Continue reading →
Winter Solstice, Burlington, OntarioIt was a short day, and an overcast day. The trees blackened from last night's rain. The sailboats are grounded, and the docks pulled out. The far shores of the bay architected by Hamilton's steel mills and the Burlington Skyway. There are many trees down in the park, decomposing in the damp. This walk is one of my old routes when I'm here: through LaSalle Park, down to the waterfront on Burlington Bay, follow the trail along the shore (where it is busy with o [...]
Service and 0.54 km drawing.Afterwards and 3.8 km drawing.
On the shortest day of the year we will aim to visit an eclectic range of intriguing sites - the cheese rolling slope; the remains of a Roman Villa; the site of the sanatorium where Orwell stayed a few months before his death; Great Witcombe church for...
Oblivious and 4.2 km drawing.
Dear friends and comrades in loitering I hope this is interesting to some of you: Call for papers at the RGS-IGB Conference, 28th-30th August 2019 London, UK Geographies of Doctor Who: Jelly Babies, Bad Wolf and The Junk Yard Inside Me Se...
Artifactual and 3.0 km drawing.
400 years ago that little bit of London called St James‘ was an orchard – King James I brought mulberry trees (and other fruiters) from the Languedoc regions in France, creating a demonstration orchard, with which he hoped to encourage the ‘landed gentry’ to create their own mulberry orchards. There are plenty of myths surrounding […]
Respite and 1.0 km drawing.
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Post performance and 1.8 km drawing.
Join in celebrating this extraordinary moment with me – this week marked 70 years of the The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) – and coincidentally the launch of my transport for London, Art on the Underground night tube map cover commission The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) was adopted by the General Assembly […]