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Are You Doin' Some Stuff? A Journey into the Slow Movement Movement

Are You Doin’ Some Stuff? A Journey into the Slow Movement Movement

Help me fund the postproduction of a short documentary film about The Long Walk! As part of The LongWalk, 2011 I embedded award-winning filmmaker Gabriel Miller (www.kindredmedia.com) to capture the participants, art, and environment during the course of the journey. His footage is really stunning. Besides being beautifully shot it perfectly handles the difficult job of...
Thoughts from the host of Gunpowder Suite

Thoughts from the host of Gunpowder Suite

Number three in a series of reflections from participants of The Long Walk, 2011… sounds, collected By Christopher Bradbury   I like collecting sounds & field recordings, and I returned from The Long Walk with many hours of audio.  Since then I have been digging through those files, editing, labeling, and posting, happily recalling many moments along...
Walking with Jim

Walking with Jim

  It’s been awhile since I’ve posted but it’s not for the lack of interesting adventures, quite the opposite (for instance right this very second I am distilling essential oil from bear scat. I’m not kidding.) Many Long Walkers have been busy on projects boosted by our collective experience this summer, Jim Demetre among them....
Reflections on The Long Walk, 2011  - Pt.2

Reflections on The Long Walk, 2011 – Pt.2

From Blog4Culture summer days spent wandering beside the waters of babylon Aug 22nd, 2011 by Jordan Howland The second in a series of reflections on The Long Walk, 2011. D.K. Pan and NKO were commissioned by Susan Robb to create artwork for The Long Walk. D.K. and NKO have collaborated on numerous creative endeavors including...
Reflections on The Long Walk - Pt.1

Reflections on The Long Walk – Pt.1

  From Blog4Culture reflections on the long walk…a pedestrian adventure Aug 18th, 2011 by Jordan Howland Susan Robb and a group of 50 trail trampers walked more than 45 miles along our fabulous Regional Trails System over the course of four days, July 28th-31st. They trekked from Golden Gardens Park to Snoqualmie Falls – through...
Genius!

Genius!

Congratulations to d.k. Pan, a deserving recipient of a 2011 Stranger Genius Award! D.k. has masterminded all kinds of brilliant, subversive, funny, charming, pioneering (and I could keep piling on the superlatives) projects from The Bridge Motel to My Mother My Father to Free Sheep Foundation to. I was thrilled to have him create 66...
Walk Work

Walk Work

Here’s a little piece I conceived of while on the last day of The Walk. It will be included in Show and Tell a mobile gallery cruising the streets of New York City on August 13 & 14, from 12 – 7 pm You’ve Got Strong Legs. You’e Built Like Your Mama., 2011, Rocks, acrylic,...
From Seattlest

From Seattlest

Via Seattlest By Tyson Lynn in Arts and Events on August 2, 2011 4:00 PM The Long Walk Back As we mentioned last week, one of our writers, Tyson Lynn, participated in The Long Walk, a curated hike through King County. His pictures and thoughts on the project are below. Between 5:00 a.m. last Thursday at Golden Gardens...
Hollow Earth Tonight

Hollow Earth Tonight

I wish I could just empty my brain (and the contents of my phone and camera) into the blog but it will take a bit to process it all into a coherence the computer can understand. In the meantime, I invite  you all over to Hollow Earth Radio tonight, Tuesday August 2nd,  from 9-11pm PST....
Field Trip Part 2

Field Trip Part 2

When I went on my little field trip a few weekends ago with Sarah Kavage I took a photo of a wooden swirl afixed to a knot on a tree. It turns out that that is part of an on going project by print maker and public artist Dan Cautrell. He writes that “these art interactions represent...
Walking vs Flying vs Scary-ass Roads

Walking vs Flying vs Scary-ass Roads

The flying men of Yungas valley. A true story.      
See America

See America

You see a lot more of America when you walk.