My rule for this project is to take a walk on the first Monday of each month in 2023, wherever I happen to be. This month I walked to and through MOMA- the Museum of Modern Art in New York. https://soundcloud.com/ivorringham/soundwalkscape-november
Baú de Memórias Inventadas
The premise of the installation is that the audience opens the box and chooses which fragment they will collect first. Here is the link to the video playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLah6v5Po1ZsJpRIlSwyn6F7O074HSu-Ci&feature=shared
Flitzpiepe heißt das frisch gegründete Startup, das die Studierenden auf dem Mainzer Unicampus schnell und klimaneutral beliefert. Du bist neu im Team und erledigst gleich deinen ersten Auftrag. ...
It’s a Match
Lange Spaziergänge, tiefgründige Gespräche in Bars, ein Kuss im Regen, veganes Essen, Fummeln im Park. Lilli trifft viele ihrer Tinder-Dates im Wedding. Gerade erst ist sie hierher gezogen, hat ...
City of Hobart, Tasmania
moss.quarry.plaque is an interactive artwork by Margaret Woodward (AUS) and Camilla Brueton (UK) installed in the City of Hobart's Digital Twin. It is based on their 3 synchronous walks in nipaluna/Hobart and in Caerdydd/Cardiff, Wales in 2022.
Drowning Out the Noise: An Experiment in Sonic Ethnography
University of Edinburgh, Northwestern University
An eighteen channel sonic ethnographic installation consisting of binaural-recorded walking interviews about everyday music with queer individuals throughout their daily walking and traveling routines in their neighborhoods.
Walking the Line
Participants were invited to start to walk as if to their homes, following as straight a line as possible. Prompts were given that predetermined stopping and reflective points based on Fibonacci sequences. As artists came from Australia, the USA, Greece and the UK, their routes led off in very different directions.
The Beads of Gresham Street
A speculative walk through the historic City of London led by a collection of glass beads that spark narratives not just of the Roman bead workshop excavated nearby, but the history of craftmanship, material and trade in the area. By combining walking art with traditional crafted objects Katy Gillam-Hull creates new tactile ways to encounter material, time and place, a kind of material time travel.
Crossing the Limits Prespa / Grammos / Mytilene / Thermi / Sikinos / Marousi / Athens The 138 kilometers of Limits
For over four months I walked 138 kilometers in five different sites in Greece in an effort to discover the Greek Landscape in its totality and redefine it.
Walking with Toddlers
‘Walking with Toddlers’ is a comic audio play about the joys and frustrations of going for a walk with a young child, co-written and co-produced by Angie Belcher (writer, director, comedian, and facilitator) and Eleanor Rycroft (Senior Lecturer in Theatre and gender historian). It uses the juxtaposition of an idealised walk imagined via ‘Minarra’s Mindful Mummies Podcast’ and the reality of walking with a toddler, to consider how care-giving can create both obstructions and opportunities when trying to get from A to B.