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SWS22 2021

A Week To Walk A Fortnight

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Multiple locations
30 minutes
Sound walk

If it takes a week to walk a fortnight….

The seven stories are set (and in some cases were written) in the area of London between the British Library and Smithfield Market. Stories beget stories and each of the printed tales has a companion story that is geo-located nearby the original. These stories are part of a collection with Sunday for Seven Days (all over London) and THE WALKING CURE a 30 minute two-person sound walk, and they are available in chapbook (available here from the Museum of Walking).

AN INHERITANCE

Read by Daniel Morden


companion story:

THE SMELL OF IT ALL

Read by Alex Papaioannou

What3words: priced.entry.stole

THE END OF THE GAME

Read by David Ahmad


companion story:

OBSERVE A STRANGER

Read by Frankie Williams

What3words: volume.deputy.stones

IN HIS SHOES

Read by Roger Hyams 


companion story:

THE GROUND BENEATH HER FEET

Read by Mia Foo

What3words: filled.truly.pack

DISAPPEARING INK

Read by Sakuntala Ramenee


companion story:

A TIP OF THE HAT

Read by Gina Gangar 

What3words: solar.rocky.even

A BIG BANG IN BLOOMSBURY

Read by Tony Austin


companion story:

UNEARTHED

Read by Alexandra Metaxa

What3words: alien.note.jukebox

GETTING MORTAL

Read by Barney Spender


companion story:

SENDER

Read by Robin Pearce

What3words: knot.lock.tulip

GHOSTS OF FABRIC

Read by Matt Noble


companion story:

A MAN WITH TOOTHACHE

Read by Roger Hyams

What3word: noise.spite.horns

APA style reference

Bristow, N., & Stuck, A. (2021). A Week To Walk A Fortnight. walk · listen · create. https://walklistencreate.org/walkingpiece/a-week-to-walk-a-fortnight/
NG Bristow

NG Bristow

 
Andrew Stuck

Andrew Stuck

Co-founder of walk · listen · create (United Kingdom) 

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A field of activist performance that utilises walking and moving and talking in rural landscapes to address issues of environmental, social or political concern (Jess Allen).

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