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Poet and psychogeographer Peter Finch undertakes 20 walks around his native city, picking out features en route and providing interesting stories, historical and contemporary, about life in the city past and present.

Author: Peter Finch

Publisher:

ISBN: 1781725586

Category: Cardiff (Wales)

Page: 214

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Poet and psychogeographer Peter Finch undertakes 20 walks around his native city, picking out features en route and providing interesting stories, historical and contemporary, about life in the city past and present. His sharp eye and compendious knowledge of Cardiff is illustrated by photographer John Briggs' images in a lively guide to the city.
2019-10-14 By Peter Finch

Janet Cardiff's walks revert to the earlier linear model, but the listener is not drawn into a structured narrative that moves toward a climax and denouement. Cardiff seems to flirt with narrative to give resonance to the audience's ...

Author: Karen O'Rourke

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9780262018500

Category: Art

Page: 328

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In 'Walking and Mapping', Karen O'Rourke explores a series of walking/mapping projects by contemporary artists. Some chart "emotional GPS"; some use GPS for creating "datascapes" while others use their legs to do "speculative mapping." Many work with scientists, designers, and engineers. O'Rourke offers close readings of these works and situates them in relation to landmark works from the past half-century. She shows that the infinitesimal details of each of these projects take on more significance in conjunction with others. Together, they form a new entity, a dynamic whole greater than the sum of its parts. By alternating close study of selected projects with a broader view of their place in a bigger picture, Walking and Mapping itself maps a complex phenomena.
2013 By Karen O'Rourke

Writing about Canadian artist Janet Cardiff's sonic walks, Mirjam Schaub (2005) notes that “[y]ou can smell what she is describing and you can taste the salt from the sea air. Cardiff expands our sense of self-awareness by drawing our ...

Author: Stephanie Springgay

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351866484

Category: Social Science

Page: 164

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As a research methodology, walking has a diverse and extensive history in the social sciences and humanities, underscoring its value for conducting research that is situated, relational, and material. Building on the importance of place, sensory inquiry, embodiment, and rhythm within walking research, this book offers four new concepts for walking methodologies that are accountable to an ethics and politics of the more-than-human: Land and geos, affect, transmaterial and movement. The book carefully considers the more-than-human dimensions of walking methodologies by engaging with feminist new materialisms, posthumanisms, affect theory, trans and queer theory, Indigenous theories, and critical race and disability scholarship. These more-than-human theories rub frictionally against the history of walking scholarship and offer crucial insights into the potential of walking as a qualitative research methodology in a more-than-human world. Theoretically innovative, the book is grounded in examples of walking research by WalkingLab, an international research network on walking (www.walkinglab.org). The book is rich in scope, engaging with a wide range of walking methods and forms including: long walks on hiking trails, geological walks, sensory walks, sonic art walks, processions, orienteering races, protest and activist walks, walking tours, dérives, peripatetic mapping, school-based walking projects, and propositional walks. The chapters draw on WalkingLab’s research-creation events to examine walking in relation to settler colonialism, affective labour, transspecies, participation, racial geographies and counter-cartographies, youth literacy, environmental education, and collaborative writing. The book outlines how more-than-human theories can influence and shape walking methodologies and provokes a critical mode of walking-with that engenders solidarity, accountability, and response-ability. This volume will appeal to graduate students, artists, and academics and researchers who are interested in Education, Cultural Studies, Queer Studies, Affect Studies, Geography, Anthropology, and (Post)Qualitative Research Methods.
2017-12-22 By Stephanie Springgay

Canadian artist Janet Cardiff is internationally renowned for evocative audio walks, which she's been creating since 1991. Cardiff discusses her work:2 The format of the audio walks is similar to that of an audioguide.

Author: Helen Papagiannis

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 9781491928387

Category: Computers

Page: 156

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Augmented Reality (AR) blurs the boundary between the physical and digital worlds. In AR’s current exploration phase, innovators are beginning to create compelling and contextually rich applications that enhance a user’s everyday experiences. In this book, Dr. Helen Papagiannis—a world-leading expert in the field—introduces you to AR: how it’s evolving, where the opportunities are, and where it’s headed. If you’re a designer, developer, entrepreneur, student, educator, business leader, artist, or simply curious about AR’s possibilities, this insightful guide explains how you can become involved with an exciting, fast-moving technology. You’ll explore how: Computer vision, machine learning, cameras, sensors, and wearables change the way you see the world Haptic technology syncs what you see with how something feels Augmented sound and hearables alter the way you listen to your environment Digital smell and taste augment the way you share and receive information New approaches to storytelling immerse and engage users more deeply Users can augment their bodies with electronic textiles, embedded technology, and brain-controlled interfaces Human avatars can learn our behaviors and act on our behalf
2017-08-17 By Helen Papagiannis

For example when I participated in the walk the cobbles under the tarmac road surface operated as a tactile reference point under my feet and the smell of the church created a hushed ambience for me. Cardiff herself heightens this ...

Author: Juliet Sprake

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789460917776

Category: Education

Page: 257

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Learning-through-Touring uncovers ways in which people interact with the built environment by exploring the spaces around, between and within buildings. The key idea embodied in the book is that learning through touring is haptic –the learner is a physical, cognitive and emotional participant in the process. It also develops the concept that tours, rather than being finished products, are designed to evolve through user participation and over time. Part One of the book presents a series of analytical investigations into theories and practices of learning and touring that have then been developed to produce a set of conceptual methods for tour design. Projects that have tried and tested these methods are described in Part Two. Technologies that have been utilised as portable tools for learning-through-touring are illustrated both through historical and contemporary practices. In all of this, there is an underlying belief that what is formally presented to us by ‘authorities’ is open to self-discovery, questioning and independent enquiry. The book is particularly relevant for those seeking innovative ways to explore and engage with the built environment; mobile learning educators; learning departments in museums, galleries and historic buildings; organisations involved in ‘bridging the gap’ between architecture and public understanding and anyone who enjoys finding out new things about their environment.
2012-03-26 By Juliet Sprake

For what Cardiff's installation renders experiential is the extent to which the virtual is always already embedded ... Thinking about the use and utility of advanced technology when designing her audio walks, Cardiff has emphasized the ...

Author: Lutz Koepnick

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 9780231168328

Category: Philosophy

Page: 352

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Speed is an obvious facet of contemporary society, whereas slowness has often been dismissed as conservative and antimodern. Challenging a long tradition of thought, Lutz Koepnick instead proposes to understand slowness as a strategy of the contemporaryÑa decidedly modern practice that gazes firmly at and into the presentÕs velocity. As he engages with late-twentieth- and early-twenty-first-century art, photography, video, film, and literature, Koepnick explores slowness as a critical medium to intensify our temporal and spatial experiences. Slowness helps us register the multiple layers of time, history, and motion that constitute our present. It offers a timely (and untimely) mode of aesthetic perception and representation that emphasizes the openness of the future and undermines any conception of the present as a mere replay of the past. Discussing the photography and art of Janet Cardiff, Olafur Eliasson, Hiroshi Sugimoto, and Michael Wesely; the films of Peter Weir and Tom Tykwer; the video installations of Douglas Gordon, Willie Doherty, and Bill Viola; and the fiction of Don DeLillo, Koepnick shows how slowness can carve out spaces within processes of acceleration that allow us to reflect on alternate temporalities and durations.
2014-10-07 By Lutz Koepnick

Along the walk, the boundary between Cardiff's work and ambient ephemera, between composition and sheer circumstance, wears thin and porous. Moving from the Park's first signposts to a project like The Gates illustrates, ...

Author: John Tinnell

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190678074

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 272

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In 1991, Mark Weiser and his team at Xerox PARC declared they were reinventing computers for the twenty-first century. The computer would become integrated into the fabric of everyday life; it would shift to the background rather than being itself an object of focus. The resulting rise of ubiquitous computing (smartphones, smartglasses, smart cities) have since thoroughly colonized our digital landscape. In Actionable Media, John Tinnell contends that there is an unsung rhetorical dimension to Weiser's legacy, which stretches far beyond recent iProducts. Taking up Weiser's motto, "Start from the arts and humanities," Tinnell develops a theoretical framework for understanding nascent initiatives--the Internet of things, wearable interfaces, augmented reality--in terms of their intellectual history, their relationship to earlier communication technologies, and their potential to become vibrant platforms for public culture and critical media production. It is clear that an ever-widening array of everyday spaces now double as venues for multimedia authorship. Writers, activists, and students, in cities and towns everywhere, are digitally augmenting physical environments. Audio walks embed narratives around local parks for pedestrians to encounter during a stroll; online forums are woven into urban infrastructure and suburban plazas to invigorate community politics. This new wave of digital communication, which Tinnell terms "actionable media," is presented through case studies of exemplar projects by leading artists, designers, and research-creation teams. Chapters alter notions of ubiquitous computing through concepts drawn from Bernard Stiegler, Gregory Ulmer, and Hannah Arendt; from comparative media analyses with writing systems such as cuneiform, urban signage, and GUI software; and from relevant stylistic insights gleaned from the open air arts practices of Augusto Boal, Claude Monet, and Janet Cardiff. Actionable Media challenges familiar claims about the combination of physical and digital spaces, beckoning contemporary media studies toward an alternative substrate of historical precursors, emerging forms, design philosophies, and rhetorical principles.
2017 By John Tinnell

Pigeons over Central Park, New York, from the site of Cardiff's Walk, 2004. © Mirjam Schaub. 1. Walking on and encountering someone else's tracks, which Cardiff frequently and explicitly thematizes in her walks (Cardiff: “Here's a ...

Author: Yael Kaduri

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190498771

Category: Music

Page: 672

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The Oxford Handbook of Sound and Image in Western Art examines, under one umbrella, different kinds of analogies, mutual influences, integrations and collaborations of audio and visual in different art forms. The book represents state-of-the-art case studies with key figures of modern thinking constituting a foundation for discussion. It thus emphasizes avant-garde and experimental tendencies, while analyzing them in historical, theoretical, and critical frameworks. The book is organized around three core thematic sections. The first, Sights and Sounds, concentrates on the interaction between the experience of seeing and the experience of hearing. Examples of painting, classic and digital animation, video art, choreography, and music performance are examined in this section. Sound, Space, and Matter explores experimental forms emanating from the expansion of the concepts of music and space to include environmental sounds, vibrating frequencies, silence, language, human habitats, the human body, and more. The reader will find here an analysis of different manifestations of this aesthetic shift in sound art, fine art, contemporary dance, multimedia theatre, and cinema. The last section, Performance, Performativity, and Text, shows how new light shed by modernism and the avant-garde on the performative aspect of music have led it - together with sound, voice, and text - to become active in new ways in postmodern and contemporary art creation. In addition to examples of real-time performing arts such as music theatre, experimental theatre, and dance, it includes case studies that demonstrate performativity in fine art, visual poetry, short film, and cinema. Sitting at the cutting edge of the field of music and visual arts, the book offers a unique, at times controversial view of this rapidly evolving area of study. Artists, curators, students and scholars will find here a panoramic view of cutting-edge discourse in the field, by an international roster of scholars and practitioners.
2016-06-15 By Yael Kaduri

From Sophie Calle to Janet Cardiff, Richard Long to Hamish Fulton, many artists have used walking in their creative practice as method, performance and art form. The briefest introduction to their work reveals an assortment of ...

Author: Charlotte Bates

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781317201670

Category: Social Science

Page: 202

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As an ethnographic method walking has a long history, but it has only recently begun to attract focused attention. By walking alongside participants, researchers have been able to observe, experience, and make sense of a broad range of everyday practices. At the same time, the idea of talking and walking with participants has enabled research to be informed by the landscapes in which it takes place. By sharing conversations in place, and at the participants’ pace, sociologists are beginning to develop both a feel for, and a theoretical understanding of, the transient, embodied and multisensual aspects of walking. The result, as this collection demonstrates, is an understanding of the social world evermore congruent with people’s lived experiences of it. This interdisciplinary collection comprises a unique journey through a variety of walking methodologies. The collection highlights a range of possibilities for enfolding sound, smell, emotion, movement and memory into our accounts, illustrating the sensuousness, skill, pitfalls and rewards of walking as a research practice. Each chapter draws on original empirical research to present ways of walking and to discuss the conceptual, practical and technical issues that walking entails. Alongside feet on the ground, the devices and technologies that make up hybrid research mobilities are brought to attention. The collection is bookended by two short pedestrian essays that take the reader on illustrative urban walks, suggesting routes through the city, as well as ways in which the reader might make their own path through walking methods. An innovative title, Walking Through Social Research will be of interest to undergraduate and postgraduate students, researchers and academics who are interested in Sociology, Geography, Cultural Studies, Urban Studies and Qualitative Research Methods.
2017-04-11 By Charlotte Bates

To create her sound walks, Cardiff uses binaural recording techniques (like Rosenberg in Contains Violence, discussed in chapter 1) in order to surround her listener from all sides with her voice and direct her audience's gaze and ...

Author: Elise Morrison

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

ISBN: 9780472053261

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 378

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Focuses on how contemporary artists have responded to the ubiquitous presence of surveillance technologies in our daily lives
2016-10-12 By Elise Morrison

Cardiff's work makes it apparent that the experience ofplaceis alwaysalso deeply personal and is proneto change over time. Placeis never fixedor universal. Referencing Certeau's 'Walking inthe City',Miriam Schaubwrites: 'City dwellers ...

Author: Naomi Segal

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137429704

Category: Social Science

Page: 261

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Researchers in the new field of literary-and-cultural studies look at social issues – especially issues of change and mobility – through the lens of literary thinking. The essays range from cultural memory and migration to electronic textuality and biopolitics.
2014-10-06 By Naomi Segal

One of Cardiff's most famous works is her early audio walk in the streets, laneways, and buildings of London's East End. From its very title, The Missing Voice: (Case Study B), the work calls to me, luring me in.

Author: Norie Neumark

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9780262339841

Category: Art

Page: 232

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The affects, aesthetics, and ethics of voice in the new materialist turn, explored through encounters with creative works in media and the arts. Moved by the Aboriginal understandings of songlines or dreaming tracks, Norie Neumark's Voicetracks seeks to deepen an understanding of voice through listening to a variety of voicing/sound/voice projects from Australia, Europe and the United States. Not content with the often dry tone of academic writing, the author engages a “wayfaring” process that brings together theories of sound, animal, and posthumanist studies in order to change the ways we think about and act with the assemblages of living creatures, things, places, and histories around us. Neumark evokes both the literal—the actual voices within the works she examines—and the metaphorical—in a new materialist exploration of voice encompassing human, animal, thing, and assemblages. She engages with artists working with animal sounds and voices; voices of place, placed voices in installation works; voices of technology; and “unvoicing,” disturbances in the image/voice relationship and in the idea of what voice is. She writes about remixes, the Barbie Liberation Organisation, and breath in Beijing, about cat videos, speaking fences in Australia, and an artist who reads (to) the birds. Finally, she considers ethics and politics, and describes how her own work has shaped her understandings and apprehensions of voice.
2017-05-12 By Norie Neumark

The first of Cardiff's walking pieces to add recorded video material to the audio recordings that have previously guided her tours, ln Real Time is also informed by the cyber-fiction genre, and by thriller and sci-fi films such as The ...

Author: David Frankel

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822029703105

Category: Art, Modern

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"When Pittsburgh industrialist Andrew Carnegie founded Carnegie Institute in 1895, one of his bold ambitions was to create a museum of modern art as part of the institute. The exhibition series he established in the following year would become the linchpin of that scheme. Through the exhibition, Carnegie sought to educate audiences, attract the art world to Pittsburgh, and above all, to build a collection through the purchase of the ‘old masters of tomorrow’." "While the mission of Carnegie International has remained constant over the years, it has had many incarnations. In 1896, the show was established as a yearly survey and presented as the Annual Exhibition."
1999 By David Frankel

One of the fascinating aspects of the audio and video walks created by Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller is how they force the viewer/listener to live two lives at once. In some of the walks, participants listen through headphones ...

Author: Bruce Baugh

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000488296

Category: Philosophy

Page: 260

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Nietzsche, Kierkegaard, Virginia Woolf, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, André Breton, Rousseau, Simone de Beauvoir: who could imagine a better group of walking companions? In this engaging and invigorating book, Bruce Baugh takes us on a philosophical tour, following in the footsteps and thoughts of some great philosophers and thinkers. How does walking reveal space and place and provide a heightened sense of embodied consciousness? Can walking in André Breton’s footsteps enable us to "remember" Breton’s experiences? A chapter on Sartre and Beauvoir investigates walking in relation to anxiety and our different ways of responding to our bodies. Walking in the Quantocks, Baugh seeks out the connection between Coleridge’s walking and his poetic imagination. With Rousseau and Nietzsche, he examines the link between solitary mountain walks and great thoughts; with Kierkegaard, he looks at the urban flâneur and the disjunction between outward appearances and spiritual inwardness. Finally, in Sussex and London, Baugh explores how Virginia Woolf transposed a Romantic nature pantheism to London in Mrs. Dalloway. Philosophers’ Walks provides a fresh and imaginative reading of great philosophers, offering a new way of understanding some of their major works and ideas.
2021-11-30 By Bruce Baugh

“A one-point Walk Score increase will boost housing values”: Joe Cortright, “Walking the Walk: How Walkability Raises ... “In Wales, walking ... puts food on the table”: Economy Research Unit, Cardiff University, “The Economic Impact of ...

Author: Dan Rubinstein

Publisher: ECW Press

ISBN: 9781770906983

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 304

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The case for getting back on our feet — now in paperback The humble act of putting one foot in front of the other transcends age, geography, culture, and class and is one of the most economical and environmentally responsible modes of transit. Yet with our modern fixation on speed, this healthy pedestrian activity has been largely left behind. At a personal and professional crossroads, writer, editor, and obsessive walker Dan Rubinstein traveled throughout the U.S., U.K., and Canada to walk with people who saw the act not only as a form of transportation and recreation, but also as a path to a better world. There are no magic-bullet solutions to modern epidemics like obesity, anxiety, alienation, and climate change. But what if there is a simple way to take a step in the right direction? Combining fascinating reportage, eye-opening research, and Rubinstein’s own discoveries, Born to Walk explores how far this ancient habit can take us and how much repair is within range, and guarantees that you’ll never again take walking for granted.
2015-04-01 By Dan Rubinstein

The sound artist Janet Cardiff has neither of these luxuries in her work. In the 2000s, she built a series of audio walks, half-hour experiences that intermingle the artist speaking to you with a complex binaural soundscape over an ...

Author: Tanya X. Short

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780429948589

Category: Computers

Page: 392

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This edited collection of chapters concerns the evolving discipline of procedural storytelling in video games. Games are an interactive medium, and this interplay between author, player and machine provides new and exciting ways to create and tell stories. In each essay, practitioners of this artform demonstrate how traditional storytelling tools such as characterization, world-building, theme, momentum and atmosphere can be adapted to full effect, using specific examples from their games. The reader will learn to construct narrative systems, write procedural dialog, and generate compelling characters with unique personalities and backstories. Key Features Introduces the differences between static/traditional game design and procedural game design Demonstrates how to solve or avoid common problems with procedural game design in a variety of concrete ways World’s finest guide for how to begin thinking about procedural design
2019-03-14 By Tanya X. Short

Unlike my brother—with his love of football and swimming, my passions soon turned out to be cycling, walking, ... There were two favourite long walks in Cardiff—either in Roath Park with its long boating lake, or in Bute Park which had ...

Author: Prof. Anthony S. Travis

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781483627212

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 222

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With wartime schooling in New Zealand, postwar schooling in Wales, and later University in England's smog-bound Manchester, Travis had already travelled 14,000 miles by his 14th birthday! From studying a new and experimental 5 year Hons. Degree course in Town & Country Planning, his career was to lead on to developing Planning for Tourism' as an even newer professional field. After a town planning career, climaxing in his first Planning Chair in Edinburgh, and then a later Urban Studies Research Chair in Birmingham, plus a Visiting Chair in Tourism in Glasgow, he made a worldwide contribution. From Consulting for the European Union, the UN World Tourism Organisation, and the Pacific Area Travel Association in places as varied as Poland, the Maldives, Michigan, and the Algerian Sahara, Travis has also lectured overseas regularly. In over 50 years of work, the stability has been given by his wife and family, aided by a global village of friends. A rich life that he can muse about in his 80's!

So I walk. I listen through the soles of my feet, listen through the walking stick. Walk with me, along the pavement. ... We were intrigued by the way Cardiff and Miller used walking as a means to explore human history, and wondered if ...

Author: Janet Vertesi

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691190600

Category: Science

Page: 568

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New perspectives on digital scholarship that speak to today's computational realities Scholars across the humanities, social sciences, and information sciences are grappling with how best to study virtual environments, use computational tools in their research, and engage audiences with their results. Classic work in science and technology studies (STS) has played a central role in how these fields analyze digital technologies, but many of its key examples do not speak to today’s computational realities. This groundbreaking collection brings together a world-class group of contributors to refresh the canon for contemporary digital scholarship. In twenty-five pioneering and incisive essays, this unique digital field guide offers innovative new approaches to digital scholarship, the design of digital tools and objects, and the deployment of critically grounded technologies for analysis and discovery. Contributors cover a broad range of topics, including software development, hackathons, digitized objects, diversity in the tech sector, and distributed scientific collaborations. They discuss methodological considerations of social networks and data analysis, design projects that can translate STS concepts into durable scientific work, and much more. Featuring a concise introduction by Janet Vertesi and David Ribes and accompanied by an interactive microsite, this book provides new perspectives on digital scholarship that will shape the agenda for tomorrow’s generation of STS researchers and practitioners.
2019-05-07 By Janet Vertesi

Although I had not read Marranca's essay before making Mourning Walk, her argument certainly expresses what I was trying ... such as Mike Pearson (Bubbling Tom), Deborah Warner (The Angel Project) and Janet Cardiff (The Missing Voice).

Author: Roberta Mock

Publisher: Intellect Books

ISBN: 9781841501550

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 192

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This collection charts three projects by performers who generate autobiographical writing by walking through inspirational landscapes. Included in the book are the full texts of The Crab Walks and Crab Steps Aside by Phil Smith, Mourning Walk by Carl Lavery, and Tree by Deirdre Heddon, each accompanied by photographs and contextual essays. Taken together or separately, the work of all three artist-scholars raises important issues about memory, the ethics of autobiographical performance, ritual, life writing, and site-specific performance.
2009-10 By Roberta Mock

Cardiff. Bay. to. Caerphilly. 13.1 miles (21.1 km) From TigerBaytothe Green Lady Leaving Mermaid Quay, we set off up the milelong Bute Street, once the main artery linking the docks with the city. Today's walk takes us through Cardiff ...

Author: Brian E. Davies

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

ISBN: 9781445626178

Category: History

Page: 96

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2013-10-28 By Brian E. Davies