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.
Shinrin-Yoku – Forest Bathing Night Walk
Tree worship is universal, as is our symbiotic relationship to trees. Come and explore Canberra’s heritage listed, 100-year-old Cork Forest. Join a cohort of Localjinni’s as we throw light on this enchanted wood, make walking drawings, and meditate on the nature of trees. Wander with the moon and share the magic of night in collective safety.
Walking in circles
When you are lost, it seems a good idea to walk a straight line. This piece reflects my experiment: for seven consecutive days I walked the same circle in the desert. Don’t we all walk in circles in our own lives, thinking we are going straight?
North Tyneside Sound Walk 2022
The North Tyneside Sound Walk is an alternative audio guide to North Tyneside created by 30 Year 7 pupils from Marden High School. The three chapters take you from North Shields, along the the River Tyne, and around the North Tyneside coast line.
All That You Hear is All That Is Heard
all that you hear is all that is heard is an experimental storytelling project using the motion sensors within our smartphones. The idea for this stemmed from Curator and Creative Producer Rachael Paintin. Site specific to the Nicholas Building (Melbourne, Australia), audio conversations with past and present tenants are woven into a composition that combines original score by Biddy Connor and The Letter String Quartet.
Das Private ist poetisch
More than 250 young people between the ages of 11 and 29 submitted audio contributions for the storytelling competition "The Private is Poetic" of the Anne Frank Educational Centre in Frankfurt.