Photo: James E Smith.
This performance and guided walk was devised in collaboration with Townley & Bradby, for the Lincoln Art Programme 2011.
We communicated remotely with groups of participants via walkie talkies, giving out instructions and information, some of it unreliable, and asking people to complete tasks and speak back to the radio. Through this disembodied communication, taking place deep in the thickets, we explored the imaginative spaces of woods and forests.
Pamphlet published by Sideline Publications in 2010.
This prose poem responds to and takes its name from a tour of the Cambridge night devised by artists Townley and Bradby.
It was part of Nightjar 2009, a series of temporary artworks and encounters between dusk and dawn. Cover image by Julian Hughes. If you’d like a free copy, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Artists Townley and Bradby invited me to collaborate with them, to conduct a private conversation about the changing city in public using whiteboards and binoculars. A commission for Norfolk and Norwich festival 2008.