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Walking Bodies / Walking Art – Walking Practices : the book of Prespa 2019
12 May, 2021
The book with all actions and papers of the Walking Arts Encounters/Conference (WAC) 2019 is now available in a printed and a digital format. The publication is in full color, with hundreds of photographs, hundreds of written contributions from all over the world, and 567 pages.
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 : towards the walking arts encounters/conference in Prespa, July 2021
Walking with Çelebi
Meeting of the Waters – Locative Media Oceania
18 Sep - 4 Oct, 2021
Geolocated poetry in Ghent (S.M.A.K.)
S.M.A.K., Jan Hoetplein, Gent, Belgium
The Land of Invisible Presences
Passing – Going – Coming
Masp - Av. Paulista - Bela Vista, São Paulo - State of São Paulo, Brazil
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.
Walking as a Question – pre-premiere of Prespa’s “is Walking art?”
Pre-premiere of documentary "Is Walking Art" - Premiere of the publication Prespa 2019 and meet up Walking Arts Encounters/Conference Prespa 2019 & 2021
It’s a walking world, walking with Prespa – a meeting with the HUBs (seminar)
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.