09 May 2020

Libraries as gardens — Urban Tree Festival

Source: Libraries as gardens — Urban Tree Festival Invitation to live webinar about collective and collaborative digital mapping and sound walking as an ecological form of art, by Geert Vermeire and Fred Adam, CGeomap. Saturday, May 16th – 12 noon, at the Urban Tree Festival in London. Duration about 45 minutes. (Free) tickets can be booked via the site of … More

18 Apr 2020

LIBRARIES AS GARDENS

Libraries as Gardens is a creative project that wants to geolocate and map, on a global scale, the before, during and after of the coronavirus lockdown, through sound recordings and the stories of people, told in the libraries of their houses during quarantine and about the public gardens that they remember. The recordings are simultaneously transferred in an augmented audio … More

09 Apr 2020

Libraries as Gardens

This creative project wants to geolocate and map, on a global scale, the before, during and after of the coronavirus lockdown, through recordings of the stories of people, told in the libraries of their homes during quarantine and about the public gardens that they remember. The recordings are simultaneously transferred in an augmented audio project, with sound walks for the … More

06 Apr 2020

Walk to Listen / Listen to Walk – Balam Ronan

“Living, in the deepest sense, is something that nobody can do for us. At work you can substitute someone, but not when walking. That is the great criterion.” Frédéric Gros Nowadays Cit… A short essay by Balam Ronan Source: Walk to Listen / Listen to Walk – balam ronan

22 Mar 2020

Songs about Walking

Facebook-page – Songs about walking, to smoothen the days ahead during self-isolation at home. Feel free to add your own selection of Walking Songs. Source: Songs about Walking

22 Mar 2020

Songs about Walking 

Facebook-page Songs about walking, to smoothen the days ahead during self-isolation at home. Feel free to add your own selection of Walking Songs. https://www.facebook.com/groups/271086013225865/

20 Mar 2020

The Brooklyn Rail magazine- MAR 2020 – about walking 

The Brooklyn Rail is a journal committed to providing an independent forum for visual arts, culture, and politics throughout New York City and beyond. Suggested by contributor Julie Poitras Santos. Source: Critics Page – MAR 2020

29 Feb 2020

Des marches, démarches

Des marches, démarches, closing exhibition of this walking event in FRAC Marseille from February till March 2020. In French. Source: Des marches, démarches

11 Dec 2019

Sound Walk September 2019 winners

For the Sound Walk September Awards 2019, over 60 contributions were accepted, connected to over 80 events worldwide. Accepted pieces were sound walks, or walking pieces, created in 2019. A huge variety of formats, approaches and subjects from a wide range of creative disciplines, including arts, heritage and history, health and wellbeing, silence and architecture, social practices, journalism, performance, literature and … More

08 Dec 2019 | rdb notes

Lion’s Holt

I journeyed from Aberystwyth to Lympstone, involving 5 trains - the last leg was the branch line from Exeter Central down to Exmouth. As you will know, Central was the high level station operated by Southern, who also controlled the Exmouth branch, g...

03 Dec 2019

Call for submissions Streetnotes : “Walking in the Digital City”

Dr Claudia Brazzale and Blake Morris are editing a special issue of Streetnotes, a peer-reviewed biannual journal for the interdisciplinary study of the city, its lifeways and social relations, with a special concern for the cultural and aesthetic forms that arise through its traffic. A new generation of artists working in and across disciplines – dance/choreography, performance, visual art, music, … More

07 Jun 2019 | rdb notes

Llanfihangel Genau’r Glyn [Llandre]

In search of Castell Gwallter. The castle was a text book motte and bailey (lat/long 52.462459, -4.028706), presumably of timber that was built by a Norman invader (Walter de Bec), captured by a Welsh chieftain (Owain Gwynedd), retaken by the Frenc...

07 Jun 2019 | rdb notes

Llanfihangel Genau’r Glyn [Llandre]

In search of Castell Gwallter. The castle was a text book motte and bailey (lat/long 52.462459, -4.028706), presumably of timber that was built by a Norman invader (Walter de Bec), captured by a Welsh chieftain (Owain Gwynedd), retaken by the Frenc...