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Ways to Wander by Clare Qualmann & Claire Hind


Ways to Wander isn't your average book of walks. It is your invitation to consider (and try for yourself) some of the many different ways to wander. It includes 54 proposals, ranging from the geographically specific to the generally located, produced by artists involved with the Walking Artists Network.


Including contributions from: Alison Lloyd, who suggests you take yourself 'contouring' in the uplands for a day; Gary Winters & Claire Hind who invite you to 'blow a bubble and follow its path'; David Prescott-Steed who proposes you shout 'hello' into urban subterranean drain and wait for 'friendly voice to greet you back'; and Clare Qualmann who asks you to map walking routes in your local area that are problematic for pushchair/buggy/stroller use. 


Ways to Wander is intended for anyone who makes, or wants to make, walking art or walk-performances – and for anyone interested in psychogeography, radical walking, drift and dérive.


Contributors: Roger Bygott, Debbie Kent, Ranulph Glanville, Romany Reagan, Townley and Bradby, Alison Lloyd, Carl Lavery, Bronwyn Preece and Similkameen O’Rourke, Alexander ‘Twig’ Champion, Helen Frosi (SoundFjord), Simon Pope, Lizzie Philps, Clare Qualmann, David Prescott-Steed, Robin Smith, Andrew Brown, Bridget Sheridan, Misha Myers, Neil Callaghan and Simone Kenyon, Tom Hall, Helen Stratford and Idit Elia Nathan, Annie Lloyd, Phil Smith, Jess Allen, Barbara Lounder, Marie-Anne Lerjen, Vinko Nino Jaeger, Karen McCoy, Blake Morris, Nick Tobier, Thomas Bolton, Chance Marshall, Penny Newell, walkwalkwalk, Gary Winters & Claire Hind, Bram Arnold, Chris Green, Jane Fox, Matthew Reason, Te Puna Kōhungahunga (with Molly Mullen), Cecilia Lagerström & Helena Kågemark, Chris Mollon, Vanessa Grasse, Emma Cocker, Kris Darby, Kerstin Kussmaul, Steve Fossey, Tobias Grice, Charlie Fox, Isabel Moseley, Linda Rae Dornan, Wrights & Sites, Mark Hunter, Claire Hind.

Published by Triarchy Press.


Perfect Bound

80 pages 
Black & White

127 x 203 mm


£10 (with free UK P&P)


Read more about the project in Qualmann & Hind's text for Edgework Journal: Ways to Wander

Qualmann & Hind | Ways to Wander

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