Sarah E. Truman is queering St. Cuthbert’s way. Her walk includes a postcard proposition. Look for these along the route!
PROPOSITIONAL WALKING: Call for submissions We are seeking submissions from artists and scholars on propositional walking. Propositions differ from pre-determined instructions; they embrace mysterious outcomes and chance occurrences. Erin Manning writes that propositions allow us to feel what may be. … Read More
Nothing like spending some glorious research time in Hobart, Tasmania, particularly walking the city Rivulet. The entire walk can take 2 hours, but we broke it into smaller sections and approached each walk with different research questions in mind. In … Read More
Welcome to the Mattering Reading Group; read the texts selected and join us for a close reading and discussion. Room 10-139. The texts for the 2014 fall semester are: Barad, Karen (2007). Meeting the universe halfway. Durham, NC: Duke University … Read More
In conjunction with the summer exhibition called “The Source: Rethinking Water Through Contemporary Art”, at Rodman Hall Art Centre, artist Elizabeth Chitty lead a Sound+Imagewalk on the banks of Twelve Mile Creek. Participants walked the Participark Trail along Twelve Mile … Read More