Pohanna Pyne Feinberg: artist: multi-media, art education
Ambul Art Montreal, Concordia University, Dawson College
Pohanna Pyne Feinberg’s art practice is expressed through community collaborations, participatory audio walks, sound collages, mixed-media installations and in-situ co-creations with place. Her projects often explore textures of impermanence, sensory attunement, collective memory, walking as method, and decolonizing pedagogy. Through www.walkingwith.ca, she shares insights from interviews with twelve artists who walk as an aspect of their practice.
Victoria Field: writer: literature
The Poetry Practice Ltd
I have a particular interest in pilgrimage, both religious and secular. Writing and reflection on such walks connects individual experience to the collective and transpersonal. Creation of text is analogous to walking. I am a resident of Canterbury and have walked to Compostela and am currently walking, in stages to Rome. These linear walks contrast with my frequent circular walks in nearby Blean Woods and even more constrained walks around local labyrinths.
Twitter:@Victori90018860; Facebook: Victoria Field
Gudrun Filipska: artist: visual arts
Arts Territory Exchange https://www.gudrunfilipska.com
I am interested in feminist and ‘other’ itinerant practices – and have particular interest in researching counter positions to colonial and male-centric travel cultures. I am the founder of a collaborative arts program called The Arts Territory Exchange, and am currently working on a long distance digital walking project entitled The S Project with the artist Carly Butler in Canada.
Alison Fure: ecologist: natural history
I highlight any features of ecological importance and advise as to how best protect them from development; in the case of bats this might be to curtail lighting. Highlighted orchards and heritage varieties with walking wassail. In 2018 I led Tolworth Treasure and walking in the footsteps of Naturalist Richard Jefferies with Lucy Furlong. In 2019, Walking with Jane around estates about to be regenerated.