Walking Connection

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2021-03-05 15:00
15:00 UTC

With Vicky Vergou (Greece) and Sophie Cabot (Canada).

Following the Oika campfire last week with Vicky Vergou and Sophie Cabot, we invite you to walk together with these walking artists in Greece and in Canada, this Friday at 3 pm (UK time) each in his locality, his neighborhood. The duration is 45 minutes. Everyone walks at their own pace, and for the appropriate distance. Even if you stay on site, but outside, participation is possible! This is no performance, it is a moment of connection, of exchange through presence to the earth, to Self and to others.

We will be connected by our minds and by WhatsApp! The appointment is Friday March 5 at GMT 3 p.m. (UK time) More information will be send when you register, the day before.

To join, register in advance at the link: https://chat.whatsapp.com/Cy8UgZTCUGu37T4Ob3bs

Sophie Cabot

Sophie Cabot

Based in Montreal, Quebec (Canada). My creative approach is interdisciplinary integrating relational art, photography, textuality, sound and drawing. I am motivated by collaboration with other artists and community groups from all horizons, in education an...

Geert Vermeire

Geert Vermeire

Founder Online Jury 2022 Online Jury 2023 Online Jury 2024

Geert Vermeire is a curator, poet and artist, moving constantly between Greece, Portugal and Brazil, with a focus on spatial writing, locative sound & performance and social practices. He develops collaborative processes, departing from the ethical in...

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