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‘In Praise of Walking’ by Thomas A Clark
Described by the writer Robert Macfarlane as an enduring prose-poem, this work by Scottish writer Thomas A Clark offers reflections on the process of walking. This new edition of 500 copies is numbered in pencil and signed by the publisher. It is hand-printed in black ink on smooth cream Surrey cartridge 200 gsm paper using hand-set traditional letterpress by Two Trees Press. Pages stitched rather than stapled. ISBN 978-1-906662-16-5
There is also an ‘Author’s Edition’ of 100 numbered copies, each signed in pencil by Thomas A Clark.
This work is printed in black ink on archival Somerset 300 gms cream paper, with pages stitched rather than stapled.
‘Walking the Wateryscape: Exploring the Liminal’
Authors: Dr Ian Robertson, Richard Keating, Kel Portman Journal of Arts and Communities December 2012
At the heart of this article is a piece of participatory research around art walking practice. Presented as a pair on interleaved trialogues, the aim is to capture the experience of participation and the array of interactions, debates and perspectives uncovered whilst walking the wateryscape and subsequently. Undertaken as a piece of performative and transversal writing, the aim here is to open up, but refuse to resolve, questions of ways of representing the wet, of emotional and communal resilience and of the position of an art walking practice in representing marginalized and watery, human and non-human voices. In resisting closure and in foregrounding the ‘always in the making’ nature of walking practice (growing knowledge by following a path), the article faces the unresolved future of a people yet to come. The assertion is that walking the liminal is both an unsettling and unsettled practice that is only emphasized when the walk is performed in the wateryscape. Click to link to the publisher’s site