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Walking websites and groups

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During the course of the residency, fellow artists recommended websites of walkers, walking groups and walking projects.  Here we provide links to those recommendations:

 

Recommended by Jen Southern of Satellite Bureau

Walking in Place:   (Oct 17, 2007), especially this post: http://www.walkinginplace.org/converge/iprh/index.htm It's from their symposium called "Walking as Knowing as Making" in 2005.

Landscape, Walking and Recollection - seminar held at Tate Modern, London in October. 

 

Recommended by Jen Hamilton of Satellite Bureau

Mobile Art:  (Oct 10, 2007)

 

Recommended by Jen Rae

Images: Blow, Pedestrian, Blow - Source: Popular Science April -1948 and Garden Shoes From Tires - Source: Modern Mechanix March -1937  Website resource:  http://blog.modernmechanix.com  (October 9, 2007)

Check out just how walkable your neighbourhood is: http://www.worldchanging.com/archives/007055.html Looking to buy a home in a walkable neighbourhood - look no further than http://www.walkableneighborhoods.com/

 

Recommended by Perdita Phillips

A Parkour movie (October 31, 2007) and Concrete Dialogues - poetry as a locative media project in Fremantle and Perth (October 27, 2007)

 

Recommended by Sue Pedley

Walk Against Warming  (October 30, 2007)

 

Recommended by Maria Whiteman and Imre Szeman

Naked walker in Scotland:  http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/scotland/3420685.stm

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