Launch for the self-guided audio version of the tour co-organized by WalkingLab and RiVal in 2019 as part of the Toronto’s Biennial of Art.
Soundwalking with Sherry Ostapovitch, Hildegard Westerkamp, and WalkingLab January 17 2019 The week-long Weather Soundings event series featuring Hildegard Westerkamp finished with a soundwalk held on the University of Toronto, St. George campus. We walked without speaking; listening intimately to … Read More
Join us for a collaborative walking tour for art, activism and inquiry in Toronto’s financial district October 5th, 2019, 1-5pm Organized by Stephanie Springgay and Sarah E. Truman (Walkinglab) and Max Haiven (ReImagining Value Action Lab) with the support of … Read More
WalkingLab will be part of the Toronto Biennial of Art this autumn with our walk on October 5th: The bank, the mine, the colony, the crime: A walk for the radical imagination against Bay Street. Stay tuned for more detail. Here’s … Read More
WalkingLab‘s contribution to this special issue on Feminist New Materialisms is to consider time as affective, and open to a future otherwise. In contrast to chronos time that is ordered and sequential, we are interested in time that vectors and … Read More
Call for proposals – due July 15 The bank, the mine, the colony, the crime: A walk for the radical imagination against Bay Street A collaborative walking tour for art, activism and inquiry in Toronto’s financial district October 5th, 2019, … Read More
WalkingLab has a new publication out in cultural geographies. Here’s the abstract: This article outlines a method we call Queer Walking Tours as site-specific research-creation events. It gives a brief overview of the Queer Walking Tours as method and then … Read More
WalkingLab has a new publication in the International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education entitled ‘Counterfuturisms and speculative temporalities: walking research-creation in school.’ https://doi.org/10.1080/09518398.2019.1597210 Here is the abstract: In education, walking has typically been used as a pedagogical strategy to … Read More