Andrew Stuck

Andrew Stuck

Co-founder of walk · listen · create
(United Kingdom)

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Andrew is the founder of the Museum of Walking, created to bring people together and to make and showcase walking pieces and performances. Andrew also is a podcaster, interviewing creative people who use walking as a catalyst for their practice. Talking Walking is now in its twelfth year with more than 100 episodes.

In 2006 I discovered “And while London burns” an audio tour created by an activist art collective called Platform. An operatic love story in which you follow a barrel of oil as it is traded on the different exchanges in the City of London. Excited by this discovery, I wanted to learn how to make similar sound walking pieces myself.

Through “Talking Walking” I’ve met many creatives who have made sound walks and walking pieces. Often their work is no longer available, sometimes made purely for a one-off festival, or technological upgrades have made them inaccessible. So in 2017 I devised Sound Walk Sunday to make this work accessible again The 2019 event began as a single day, but rapidly expanded to cover the whole month, with 80 live events and contributions from over 40 countries.
Andrew Stuck – 30 Days of Walking
Collaborative ambulations
Andrew Stuck – w/r
write / recite
Museum of Walking
the art is in taking part
Talking Walking
Listen to artists, specialists and walkers talking about how walking inspires their work and shapes our world.

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