Fog, 2015

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Among the many prompts: ‘Walk as though you are the last person on Earth.’ Too prone to millennial anxiety I generally prefer not to play at apocalypse. Yet the deep sea fog, the… Continue reading

Footwork Fog

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Before the Where to? Steps Towards the Future of Walking Arts Symposium  at Falmouth University, Cornwall, Walking Artists Network (WAN) held their fourth Footwork research residency, this time in Hayle, Cornwall. Themes to… Continue reading

Kris Darby: Hayle Terrains

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Over the few days of walking we did, I tried to take a photo every time the terrain dramatically shifted. It’s strange, but I can pinpoint where a number of these were taken… Continue reading

Walking the Gyre

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Greetings from Simon Persighetti (Wrights & Sites). Thanks for the FOOTWORK experience in Hayle, Cornwall, April 2015. and here is…… The Trash Vortex The trash vortex is an area the size of Texas… Continue reading

The Rock’s Ex-Tensions

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I arrived home from Footworks with a rock in my pocket. Throughout the next day I would notice it and think, ‘Why is this rock in my pocket?’ Pockets emptied. The Beach. Bibi.… Continue reading

The Stains of Heartlands

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Moira Williams: Electric Sweat

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Crystal Dragon Claws bite into mountain. Mountain. Mountain vaporizes, surging wings into grasses, fences, wattled and smeared with lines, green snakes hold up skies, conjure up woes.   Propellers sluice our breaths.  … Continue reading

Claire Hind: Barotrauma

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Out of Step and Introspective

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The Centre of Alternative Technology (CAT) had been a desired location for decades. Not only was it in Wales, a place I’d only visited once as a child and wanted more of, I… Continue reading

Blake Morris: Memory, Proposal, Exchange

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Walking is a memory practice. There is no way to remember, nor record, every aspect of the walk. I took no pictures, and few notes, which I have since misplaced. I retain only… Continue reading