Bore and 2.7 km drawing.
I was asking around about contemporary poetry about place a while back, and my friend Michael Dennis (who blogs about contemporary poetry here) suggested I take a look at Nora Gould’s I see my love more clearly from a distance. I’m so glad he did. It’s a wonderful evocation of place, similar to but so […]
Do you find that going for a walk makes you feel good, clears your head and helps you solve problems? Walking has so many benefits. There is increasing scientific evidence that walking supports our physical and mental health, as well as our ability to think positively and creatively. Combined with coaching, walking becomes a powerful … Why Coaching While Walking?Read More »
Here are some images from the opening of the Nordic 5 Arts Nordic Lights exhibition at Think Round Gallery in San Francisco. Looks like a great turn out – wish I could have been there! Nordic 5 Artists in Nordic Lights Tracey Benson, Colette Crutcher, Ulla De Larios, Olivia Eielson, Ellen Faris, Pam Fingado, Marc […]
Two Ways and 1.6 km drawing.Crap Catcher and 2.9km drawing.
reflections on a week in Ontario, Canada After a days walking in the city, leaving facing backwards watching skyscrapers shrink to distant stubs, it struck me that Toronto Ontario sounds like some kind of palindrome. Not quite reading forwards and … Continue reading →
At sea and 3.8 km drawing.Freshly and 2.4 km drawing.
Tim Cresswell’s book on place could send its readers in any number of different directions. It sent me in at least two, and possibly three: I read Michel de Certeau’s The Practice of Everyday Life because of Cresswell’s discussion of it, and I just finished an essay by Edward Soja, “Thirdspace: Expanding the Scope of […]
Exhibition and workshops in Stroud I am showing work here alongside Walking the Land artists and offering a short textual intervention with the Space, Place, Practice research group. We give the idea of enchantment ‘a good frisk’, according to one … Continue reading →
Confluence exhibition Stroud. I am exhibiting work here alongside Walking the Land artists and offering a short textual intervention with the Space, Place, Practice research group. We give the idea of enchantment 'a good frisk' according to one writer. The exhibition takes place at the Museum in the Park, private view Wednesday 17 April and other workshops through the run [...]
(Mis)Direction and 2.1 km drawing.Aftermath and 2.7 km drawing.
I met Warren Cariou once. I was volunteering at a conference on Indigenous performance and ended up driving him to the airport for his flight back to Winnipeg. I suppose that encounter is part of the reason I put his book Lake of the Prairies: A Story of Belonging on my reading list—that, and the […]
On the 30th March 2019 I had an opportunity to participate in the 11th Online Performance Art Festival, the second time I have joined this event (the previous time being last December 2018).The online festival concept was initiated by Sandra Bozic, and...
Window Dressing and 1.0 km drawing.Byway and 3.6 km drawing.
Hello everyone Aprils First Sunday is going to be slightly postponed, I will update you as soon as possible, i cant always access this blog so if you want to check whats happening this month (or any month) please tweet @thelrm email [email protected] ...
Duty and 1.9 km drawing.Temporal Kaleidoscope and 1.5 km drawing.Dentation and 4.1 km drawing.
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Freudian and 2.7 km drawing.Rolling and 1.7 km drawing.
Medalta to IXL, Medicine Hat, AlbertaExploring the trail system behind Medalta on a sunny spring day. Everything is brown, but the deer and the rabbits are out grazing. The mud is drying. Ross Creek, a tributary to the nearby South Saskatchewan River, is running cheerfully. It is so good to walk free of snow and ice and mud. Location: Medalta Potteries to I-XL Brickworks, Medicine Hat, AlbertaLength: 2 kmCompanions: NoneDate: 28 March, 2019 [...]
Dropped and 1.9 km drawing.Dentate and 2.6 km drawing.