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Ellie Bryce

(Belgium)
Creative walking (and more) investigating the movement of water in public space, originally for an MA in Performing Public Space at Fontys Tilburg, NL.
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shoggle, worple

Since the 1500s, shoggle has been a word for various sorts of shaking. No wonder it became a word for unsteady walking in the 1800s. Zombies and toddlers are big shogglers. Another term sometimes applied to such precarious ambling is warpling. Credits to Mark Peters.

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