Walking Art Practice: Reflections on Socially Engaged Paths

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Ernesto Pujol here combines elements from an art book, field journal and walkers’ manifesto. It is a text for performative artists, art students, and all who walk as cultural activism. Walking Art Practice is a collection of intimate reflections by the author, which bring together his experiences as a former monk, performance artist, social choreographer and educator.

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