CSPA Quarterly:

Q26: Walking

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CSPA Quartely
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
80 pages Saddle-stitched
eco art, sustainability, Sustainable Practice, walking practices

Guest Edited by Clare Qualmann, this edition of Quarterly thinks through its feet. Or rather it thinks through a human pace. A self-propelled pace. Many artists note the creative role of the walk in connecting them to the natural world, in developing their senses and sensibility to ecologies and environments. This issue will not attempt to survey this field in its entirety, but will focus in on art in which the walk itself is the form that the work takes – the walk as medium. Whether conceived of as situation, or live art event, performance or guided tour, the walk-as-art is a distinct thread within walking arts practice that holds particular potential for connecting people, place and politics – for activating interconnections and operating as ‘real world’ intervention whilst simultaneously forefronting the aesthetic considerations of their artist creators.

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