Apple’s AR[T] walk sessions include interactive AR graphics by a range of contemporary artists to see along the way.
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Interview with Mitch Secrett about his VoiceMap audio tour in Melbourne – YouTube
19 Jan, 2022
It’s a walking world, walking with Prespa – a meeting with the HUBs (seminar)
Hamish Fulton speaks about his practice as a ‘walking artist,’ March 2021. – YouTube
21 Jan, 2022
Announcing the winners of the Sound Walk September Awards 2021
17 Jan, 2022
Not only have we made it into 2022, we are also very pleased to announce the winners and honourable mentions of the Sound Walk September Awards 2021.
Walking in the Anthropocene – Planetary Walking
Walking arts today became a response to the deep environmental global crisis we are facing today. Walking is one of the keys to contextualize and deepen our understanding and relation with the planet place we live on. It is more and more clear that the future will be ecological or there will not be a future for our species. Walking our planet is the opportunity to explore this question.
Tour the Garden: ‘The Walking Man’ embodies the sculpture garden’s historical, artistic context – Daily Bruin
19 Jan, 2022
The Land of Invisible Presences
Sound Walk City · prelude
10 Sep - 10 Oct, 2021
Cona and walk · listen · create present Sound Walk City · prelude, a festival of sound walks, performances and sound works, coinciding with Sound Walk September 2021.
Walking as a Question, crossing walking, writing and listening
Some years ago Kristine Samson und Sanne Krogh Grogh proposed the Audio Paper bringing together audio, performance and text in a new and hybrid format. This concept was extended into a new form of audio walk, during the Walking Arts Encounters / Conference in Prespa. Writers of these audio papers are invited to talk at this Walk Listen Café.
Escaping Accelerated Reality
Slovenian dramaturge, publicist and producer Jasmina Založnik will engage in a conversation about the performativity of walking in the context of art. More precisely, she is interested in a sound walk as a form that evades spectacularity of art products and as a form of slowing down.
Remote walking – walking with prompts
The pandemic challenged walking artists to engage with new forms and new media for their practice. Group walking was translated into online walking, allowing people around the globe to walk together. Prompts or "walking scores" facilitated pandemic walkers to explore within the limits of their walking spaces, often in surprising and new ways, individually or with other remote walkers. Online technologies permitted to listen into remote spaces, beyond physical reach in the pandemic.