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No Trespassing: the art and politics of walking in New South Wales

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This is a process-based art project in which Molly Wagner walked the roads, highways and footpaths between Sydney and Bathurst, New South Wales in a series of eleven walks. The title highlights her sense of trespassing into lands, stories and histories despite my practice of walking in public places and pedestrian zones, e.g. footpaths, the shoulder of the road, tracks and narratives published for general access. Molly walked to find answers to her questions about what it is to be a Walking Artist and the nature of Walking Art.

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The Art and Politics of Walking in New South Wales

Molly Wagner will share with you her experience of walking the roads, highways and footpaths between Sydney and Bathurst, New South Wales, eventually captured in her book No Trespassing! The Art and Politics of Walking in New South Wales.


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fat man’s folly

A narrow gap in a drystone wall or rock face ie one a fat man would be foolish to try to get through. A number exist in the Lake District bearing that specific name but it is also a general term in Cumbria for any narrow gap.

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