FoodFace travel solutions: a day of artists' walks: Sun 11/04
All Day: James Early, Anti Social Behaviour All Day:
Jessica Tsang, The Birthplace of Charlie Chaplin’s Soul. 1200-1600:
Antoine Bertin, Listening Thread 1300:
Richard Butler, A Group Dérive: the Act of Walking, 1400:
Room 3, Moonwalk. 1500:
Emer O’brien, The Lambeth Walk: A Bill Brandt Trail 1600:
Bella Szyszkowska, A Walk of Mystery and Intrigue. 1700:
Becky Lewin, Keep Looking Up! 1800: Review of walks and work with blues
All Day: James Early, Anti Social Behaviour, Choose an envelope and follow the artist’s instructions
All Day: Jessica Tsang, The Birthplace of Charlie Chaplin’s Soul. A walking tour conducted in Charlie Chaplin’s own words. You will be provided with tour information at the start of the tour and you are free to conduct the tour at your own pace.
1200-1600: Antoine Bertin, Listening Thread Discover the sonic environment surrounding Harper Road. Participants will be given a blindfold and a set of listening recommendations, before being invited to follow a thread that will take them to singular sonic locations.
1300: Richard Butler, A Group Dérive: the Act of Walking, Working within the framework of a group (minimum of two people) we will walk to a primary location, which I have chosen prior to beginning; this location will highlight the point of the walk. Then we will take subsequent turns in deciding which direction to lead off in. After each decision we will walk until we either reach something interesting or reach a position where new direction needs to be taken. People can leave the group at any point. The walk has no time limit and no forced end.
1400: Room 3, Moonwalk. Making space tourism accessible to all, this trans-orbital experience will involve walking a route, which is peppered by kinetic objects and interactive installations. Walking through the streets of Southwark, audience members will imagine zero gravity and re-imagine a familiar landscape.
1500: Emer O’brien, The Lambeth Walk: A Bill Brandt Trail Discover the Lambeth walk of Bill Brandt’s famous image and visit some of Southwark’s hidden gems, discuss 5 selected photographs by Bill Brandt. Participants will be encouraged to document the journey in the spirit of his photography.
1600: Bella Szyszkowska, A Walk of Mystery and Intrigue. The walker will be given an envelope with some documents in, which they will then read over a delicious pint at the pub. It will be a fictional narrative based on the area and the streets that have been walked.
1700: Becky Lewin, Keep Looking Up! A historical walk taken from A History of the County of Surrey: Volume 4 by H. E. Malden. Written in 1912, many of the buildings it talks about no longer exist.
1800: Review of walks and work with blues