Liste non exhaustive, intergénérationnelle non triée, non hiérarchisée, en chantier Jean-Jacques Rousseau (promenades, philosophie) Raymond Murray Schafer (Paysages sonore, écologie sonore) Max Neuhaus (Soundwalking, Listen, installations sonores « environnementales ) Guy Debord (Dérives, situationnisme, psychogéographie) Michel de Certeau (L’invention du quotidien, L’acte de marcher ) Henry David Thoreau (Walden...
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Imagine that you take a walk at the river Isar in Munich. Your smartphone starts a conversation, involving you in a discourse about memories and the past. How would that sound? It’s almost a pact: the smartphone lets us participate in the seemingly endless treasures of information and knowledge, all from a small personal companion. In return, we reveal our…
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20 February · · Babak Fakhamzadeh
20 February · · Babak Fakhamzadeh
20 February · · Geert Vermeire
A New Book Asks: Just How Machiavellian Was Machiavelli? The New York Times
The Hockley Flyover Project is a community photography project run by Tracy Thorne of Ghost Streets. She's done a number of similar projects in Birmingham including Stirchley High Street Stories, where as locals we naturally got involved. The Hockley Flyover is an overpass which is part of the A41 in Birmingham that crosses over the […]
Jack Cornish is a programme manager for the “Don’t Lose Your Way” campaign at Ramblers, the UK charity promoting walking and defending rights of way. That’s the ‘day job’, but there is much more walking in Jack than just from 9 to 5. He has walked the entire length of the British Isles and is […]
My latest publication is now online, a discussion of place and space in walking pilgrimages, which just appeared in the International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage. I’m happy to see it. Thanks to the editors, who worked hard all wee...
An expedition into the darkest recesses of Stirchley and Bournville. Cities, like cats, will reveal themselves at night. Rupert Brooke On Sunday 23rd February, as the New Moon begins, we shall reclaim the night by walking out of the street lights and into the darkest corners of Birmingham B30. By day our route is green […]
The installation is a reference to the practice of leaving a dead person’s footwear in front of the door. Source: The Art of Resistance: 440 shoes on a public wall highlight the chilling rate of femicide in Turkey
12/52 First walked on 9 February, 2020 by Mathilda in Riems, Greifswald, Germany Blake in Northampton, England, and Sophie in Glasgow, Scotland.
Friday 17th January 2020 Radical Stroud Walk The Descent of the the Toadsmoor Valley: From Bisley Church to Brimscombe Port (and thence via the canal towpath to Stroud) Approximately 4 miles. Mostly footpaths. Some styles and steep descents. Cer...
Those who long to get outside, view inspiring landscapes, and also catch up on New Year’s exercise resolutions should make their way to Upper Manhattan. Up here, the island has not been entirely flattened like the southern parts. A walk uptown, general...
Écouter de concert, c’est repérer et s’approprier des marqueurs paysages. C’est partager une expérience sensible, relationnelle. C’est agir pour défendre des causes sociales, chercher du bien -être, des partages de sensibilités, d’aménités… C’est construire, avec des artistes, chercheurs, pédagogues, aménageurs, politiques, écoutants au quotidien&helli...
CYN delivers thunder to the 'Birds of Prey' soundtrack with 'Lonely Gun' Vanyaland
Andy Gill RIP: The fury behind Gang of Four's quizzical punk vision Vanyaland
How I managed to get an audience for an indie classical music-theatre piece and enjoyed applying creative entrepreneurial strategies to a publicly funded art project. Der Beitrag How MAYA became an economic success erschien zuerst auf Mathis Nitschke.
An Exhibition Explores Architecture's Playful Side Metropolis Magazine
Five years ago Andy and Pete did a series of walks across Birmingham in straight lines, a project they called Cross City Walks. To mark this half-decade anniversary they put their thoughts into a short documentary.
Pete's Photo Walks continue next month with Bournville on Saturday 7th and Jewellery Quarter on Sunday 29th. They're £10 per person and you can book here. These walks are for photographers of all types, from cameraphones to hefty DSLRs and are geared towards slowing down and looking at our surroundings. They're also themed based on […]
Yoni Collier's latest immersive soundwork, 'Taman Tugu: Interference Resistance' has just received an honourable mention from the Soundwalk September festival. As a result, Yoni was asked to write a blog on the piece for the Walk Listen Create website. The blog, which you can read here, explains the rationale behind the piece and Yoni's plans for future works. You can watch a short film on 'Taman Tugu: Interference/Resistance' above. In December 2019 Yoni ran an event, along with Taman Tugu park
I have a three-day installation coming up – titled ‘One Day in June’, it is a 60 minute, two-channel sound work that is based on work in Iceland. WHEN: Wednesday February 12th from 10:00 – 13:00; Thursday February 13th from 10:00 – … Continue reading →
Installer une écoute en mouvement Table des matières Installer une écoute en mouvement 3 Pro-page à sons 3 PAS – Parcours Audio Sensible 3 Arpentage 3 Transport et plaisir 4 Pauses 4 Points d’ouïe 4 Partage d’aménités 5 Partage de sensibilités 5 Relationnel 6 Géographie sonore 6 Installation 7 Mise en situation d’écoute. 8 … Continuer à lire ... "Installer une écoute en mouvement"