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Horizons Are Important

‘Standing, for the second time in my life, on the platform of Edale train station in the heart of the Peak District, I hoped that walking all the way to Scotland might make me a Walking Artist. This was me, leaning into my fear that one day I might run out of ideas. If only I had been able to identify my working methods, maybe it would not have come to this.’

Trevor H. Smith

Trevor H. Smith

I have recently completed an MA in Fine Art, where I spent the best part of three years trying to figure out what kind of walking artist I am. My project, Walks With Other Artists (2018-present) started out as an attempt to answer a friend's question, 'Wha...

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