I was mentally and physically incapable of reading anything this morning. Mentally, I was exhausted; physically, I was not up to the work of reading. As I’ve discovered, sitting still for hours, reading and taking notes, is physical labour. When I was younger, it was easier. Now it makes my knees ache: the same feeling […]
Armenia's 'Revolutionary Sensorium' Shines at 2019 Venice Biennale Asbarez Armenian News
With a little help from Cate Blanchett, this Hirshhorn show looks at art manifestos The Washington Post
After the big day, I was invited to run one more meeting with the Cathedral Quarter team – to talk about how The Timekeeper’s Return went, and to celebrate the efforts of everyone involved in making the event a success.When planning my presentation for...
This week in 2012 we moved from Dulwich to Greenwich – as one of our American friend joked ‘from one silent W neighbourhood to another’. Soon after moving we won a contract from Greenwich Healthy Living Service, part of the borough council, to create more than 100 walking and cycling routes centred on children and […]
This trail pushes artists out of their comfort zone and reconnects them with their practice Source: No wifi, no bed, no studio: ‘Oddball’ residency is the ultimate artistic immersion – Yukon News
Augmented reality and virtual reality are opening doors to new experiences for artists and the public.When walking on the High Line, it’s tough to look more lost than some of the tourists, but I did a pretty good job of it last month when I tripped Source: A Walk on the Frontier of Art, Where the Sky Is the Limit | Asharq AL-awsat
Nancy Blomberg’s edited collection Action and Agency: Advancing the Dialogue on Native Performance Art is another book lent to me by my supervisor, and therefore, of course, something I need to read. It’s an anthology of essays from a symposium held at the Denver Art Museum in 2008; the contributors are experts on performance art […]
Circular and 4.7 km drawing.
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Another year of adventures is coming to a close! And even though I haven’t had a chance to write about it all yet, I thought I’d make a follow up to last years post and write about...
Writer and naturalist Trevor Herriot lent me his copy of Linda Hogan’s Dwellings: A Spiritual History of the Living World, a book of essays, and as I get close to the end of this project—or, at least, this phase of it—I thought I would turn to it, finally. Hogan is Chickasaw, and I wonder whether […]
Day-off and 3.9 km drawing.
“Superhero films are based on the passivity of the viewer” OBN
Endings and 6.3 km drawing.
6/52 First walked 29 December 2019 by Richard, Kim and Blake Morris in Fresno, California.
Making the Universe Great Again The Good Men Project
I first heard about philosopher of science Bruno Latour at the Walking’s New Movements conference in Plymouth, England, where I gave a paper at the beginning of November. I thought I might read his book Down to Earth: Politics in the New Climatic Regime eventually, but a friend raves about this book and tells me […]
On this day -- December 28 North Texas e-News
MAMIL tracks and 5.0 km drawing.