I wasn’t planning on reading this one–yes, I’ve strayed from my list again–but Tim Cresswell referred to it in his book on place, and I realized that there’s a connection between walking and transgression. When I was walking to Wood Mountain last summer, the looks I usually got from passing motorists—their facial expressions typically registered […]
Agenda and 1.1 km drawing.Stressing and 2.3 km drawing.
My mind wandered off. I was reading how carnival is being celebrated here and was intrigued by "the funeral of the sardine on Ash Wednesday". "Maybe I should go fishing this weekend," I thought but the chances of catching a sardine are small unless ...
Woke up with garden feelings. Walked to the sea to shake them off. Couldn't. Bought some more.
Through the eye and 1.6 km drawing.The chase and 2.0 km drawing.
Following on from the previous post: Saigon Citadel Walk - Planning, 25 January 2019.On the morning of Saturday 23rd February, I travelled to District 1 of Saigon accompanied by Nina, Yiu Lai Lei to mark the occasion of the Terminalia Festival 201...
Ritual and 1.3 km drawing. Responsibility and 2.7 km drawing.
The NHS instructed the Frau to voyage to Haverfordwest (town of many dentists), so we use the opportunity for a Citybreak in that fine Pembrokeshire settlement. Unfortunately the appointment is on Terminalia, celebrated in Aberystwyth in 2017 and 2018...
Tonight some of my video works will be presented at part of the annual MIT Water Night which brings together water scientists, artists, technologists and water lovers. Here is a couple of tweets about the show Super happy to see some of “Words for Water” being exhibited as part of MIT Water Night – wish […]
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Dialectic and 1.0 km drawing.Thicket and 3.4 km drawing.
This post was originally published on the Landscape Surgery blog of the Social, Cultural and Historical Geography Research Group in the Department of Geography at Royal Holloway, University of London. Landscape Surgery is a fortnig...
When thinking about the gear you need for long distance walking/trekking/thru-hiking, there are “The Big Three" , which consist of your tent/shelter, your sleeping setup, and your bag. This blog post is the companion piece to a recent video of ours de...
Readymade and .30 km drawing.Professional and .25 km drawing. Denouement and 1.7 km drawing.
“Sumak Kawsay” * A photo diary with a few words about our walk for Terminalia. VaraThis walk is now recorded through knotted ropes attached to a Vara. It's title: ‘Sumak Kawsay’.A Walk for Terminalia on Saturday February 23rd with Threa...
Celebrity and 2.2 km drawing with Lunch and 1.7 km drawing.
Perched and 1.6 km drawing.Periphery and 1.3 km drawing.
It took me a long time to finish reading Tim Cresswell’s little introduction to the concept of place. It wasn’t because it’s a difficult book—it isn’t—but because it’s the middle of the semester and I’m tired and distracted. I have to start studying for my Cree midterm today, so I won’t get back to […]
Duty and 2.3 km drawing.
Words at The Black Swan, Peter Hayes Exhibition. The opening of each new exhibition at Frome’s Black Swan Arts Centre is followed by Words in the Gallery, bringing writers together to explore the work and respond in writing. This month’s workshop was inspired by Clare Hind and Clare Qualmann’s Ways to Wander the Gallery, a project hosted […]