Tag Archives: Walking

InspiralLondon – re-imagining the built environment #4

This is the fourth and final post from InspiralLondon Festival, held in September 2016. Another presentation at the Friday event was French architect Julie de Muer. Julie and her two colleagues Baptiste Lanaspeze and Paul-Herve Lavessiere came over to the festival … Continue reading

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InspiralLondon – re-imagining the built environment #3

Several artists spoke at InspiralLondon’s Friday event, including Alberto Duman and Claire Qualmann. Artist Alberto Duman described his recent Leverhulme Trust Funded project ‘Music for Master planning’. It focusses on the area of Newham, London – which he described as … Continue reading

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InspiralLondon Festival: re-imagining the built environment #1

This post kicks of a short series about InspiralLondon. This is an urban trail developed and led by artists, spiraling out from Kings Cross and ends at Gravesend, it enables the public to experience the city as one vast art … Continue reading

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The 4×4 series on place-making and the built environment: Money

I attended 3 out of 4 of the 4×4 series of discussions in Manchester in May of this year. The series is about promoting real debate about cities, bringing speakers from a range of built environment related backgrounds together. This year … Continue reading

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Visualisations of Urban Walking in Kopenhagen – movemarkmap.wordpress.com

This post aims to link those of you who follow waymarkingthesketchbook to another of my ongoing online projects, https://movemarkmap.wordpress.com. Move Mark Map, aims to collect recorded movement, visual and GPS data created during some of Waymarking’s research processes. The latest … Continue reading

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Meeting at Stave Hill Eco Park: possibilities and potentials

On Sunday July 6th the discussion expanded to include a larger group, who met and talked at Stave Hill Eco Park, a fantastic space hidden away in amongst housing in Rotherhithe. Artists introducing themselves included Christian Nold, Daniel Lehan, Josée … Continue reading

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Gravesend to Tilbury… traversing the outskirts of London with ‘counterproductions’

On the 5th and 6th July, I travelled down to London to take part in Detours2London. Hosted by counterproductions director Charlie Fox, a group of around 15 artists were brought together to talk through ideas around the creation of an urban/semi-urban … Continue reading

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