About walking: 15 months of artist walks in Tāmaki Auckland
Published by Te Uru Waitākere Contemporary Gallery, 2021
Contributors: Rodney Bell, Andrew Clifford, Suzanne Cowan, Christina Houghton, Melissa Laing, Lana Lopesi, Andrew McMillan, Molly Mullen, Richard Orjis, Lea Schlatter, val smith, Pīta Turei, Becca Wood
Edited by Christina Houghton, Melissa Laing and Becca Wood
64 pages with colour illustrations
Softcover, featuring a removable double-sided dustcover/poster/map (available in two different styles)
210 × 148mm
ISBN 978-0-473-55391-3 Softcover | 978-0-473-55392-0 Epub
Available from Te Uru Waitākere Contemporary Gallery
Published by Te Uru Waitākere Contemporary Gallery, About walking
documents and discusses performance based walks travelling through time, across a 15-month period, and through geography, across west Auckland. This diverse program of works investigated walking as an artistic strategy in the context of Aotearoa and positioned walking as a participatory activity, co-performed by the artist and walkers – together or together-apart.
The beautifully illustrated publication brings together discussions on the history and practice of walking-as-art and the integration of maramataka into the fabric of programming and creating, as well as artist reflections, commissioned responses to individual works, excerpts from performance scripts, and a manifesto. About walking
was supported by an Auckland Council Regional Arts Grant and funding from the Albert-Eden and Whau Local Boards. Te Uru receives support from the Waitākere Ranges Local Board. This publication was made possible through research funding from Unitec.
Softcover: $5 from the Te Uru shop - order online here
Epub: free download from aboutwalking.nz