Walking as Methodological Research
Part of the this research is to map and plot the path of each walk and highlight what I discover through contextual study, text, video and photography. I see each plotted route as drawing, physically drawn with my feet, plotted digitally on Google Maps, and then reinterpreted into the physical world in the form of an installation or mixed media artwork.
Walking art journal documenting litter along the historic King's Parade and the stunning Cambridge Backs.
Documenting the litter of the present, viewing the development for the future and enjoying the heritage from the past.
This walk journals the random the litter and fly tipping discovered along the Great Ouse between Twenty Pence Road and the A10 near Chittering.
Even on this short walk, from Chesterton to Laundry Lane, I discovered masses of litter and a fly-tipped sofa!
For this walk, I have documented many of the vacant shops and former restaurants on the streets of Cambridge.
Art journal documenting litter along a local walk to and from Cambridge North station
Litter art journal walk from Chesterton to Hills Road via Chesterton Road, Christ's Pieces, and St Andrews Street
Litter journal following in the footsteps of Andrew Kershman who fetaured this walk in his book titled Walking Cambridge: 1,000 years of history in 8 walks
Walk mapping and documenting discarded masks, potentially biohazards
Documenting discarded litter along the Great Ouse at Stretham Ferry Marina
On the trail of nitrous oxide canisters, also known 'laughing gas', littering my local streets