The Old Way is a recently uncovered Mediaeval route for European pilgrims, winding 220 miles through the rolling chalk uplands of Southern England, from Southampton
The phone never rings after midnight with good news. I’d just arrived to visit my son in Belgium, and I didn’t want anxiety spoiling my
Mazen Al Ashkar created this video art showing traces around the world of trees where people walked in Walking with Grief. Inan Nesbitt asked the
Anastasis Sarakatsanos created a beautiful soundtrack from the audio files from Walking With Grief and compiled them all into one piece. Take some time to
#1 26.07.22 I am trying to consider this space as separate, or at least parallel to my art practice, in that I resist the urge
A few words of reflection that Reza Mirabi wrote about his BAU AIR DOTE residency in June 2022. Reza invited his close friends, farmer and
a podcast by Anastasis Sarakatsanos, illustrated by Eye Wrote DOTE invited me to go on a walk together, in preparation of Walking with Grief, and I accepted. The task was
I come back to a different city than the one I left. I didn’t know it was only the beginning of this massive change that
I recently completed my own pilgrimage on foot along a Mediaeval route for European pilgrims arriving by boat to Southampton, winding 250 miles through the
In October 2021 we started a research series called Rituals of Change which follows on from an online workshop series we initiated in 2020. In
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