I have a new phone number for Australian callers so you can leave a voicemail describing your surroundings as you walk. This call for walk submissions is following on from the project Lockdown Walks.For international walkers who wish to contribute, find instructions here >> Walking in Australia:1: Go for a walk2: Call tel: +61 3 900842293: Describe your walk (leave a message of 2-3 minutes)4: … Continue reading Share Your Walk
I have extended this call out to current Lockdowns. I started a call out asking people to share their daily lockdown walks for an art project when Melbourne went into their fourth lockdown. I have shared them here >> and on twitter. If you are in Australia >> If you are elsewhere >> Share your walk if in Australia: 1: go for a walk2: call … Continue reading Your Lockdown Walks
Would you like to share your daily lockdown walk? I am collecting walks until end of June. I am looking for contributors for an artwork based on hundreds of ‘described walks’.
Describe your walk and send in your audio recording to be a part of “Here nor There”. Continue reading Lockdown Walk I
In May 2018, we did some walks and collected some images, audio and video of Walk(in) Past experiences. Storytellers from Australia included Peter, Matko, Neno and Tom. Continue reading “in Blato”
Walk(in) Past is a walk and talk between two people from opposite ends of the globe. A participatory experience on the street between a walker and a storyteller. Continue reading in Brighton
an/other time was a walk that used an app, a mobile device and a map to discover the place and people of greater Moonah. Watch a sneak peek of some images in the app below. Discover more on the streets of Moonah via the app and contact me for further information.
Continue reading “Springfield & Moonah Rediscovered”
A long time coming, but even so I thought I should put up some images and a short video of a public presentation of the results of the residency at amberPlatform. The above is an image of the installation from behind. The work was a curved cloth wall/screen. The screen was backlit and images projected from behind. People entered from the left side and entered … Continue reading Un/changing City Walk
Istiklal Caddesi is the busiest street in Istanbul. I decided to brave the 10s of 1000s, if not over 100s of 1000s of people that are walking on Istiklal Caddesi. People say that a million people walk on this street daily – I’m not sure about the numbers, but it sure does feel like it! Continue reading a walk – An endurance performance…