Cass Lecturer's work featured in exhibition drawing together a diverse group of artists inspired by their travels on foot.
Date: 13 March 2013
Cass lecturer Clare Qualmann’s collaborative project walkwalkwalk has work included in the forthcoming exhibition ‘Walk On’ at Pitzhanger Manor Gallery, a group show in which each of the works starts with an artist taking a journey on foot, staking out new artistic territory – whether using the street as their studio, or the landscape as a place to inhabit and change through their presence, rather than merely represent at a distance.
Artists: Marina Abramovic, Francis Alÿs, Tim Brennan, Atul Bhalla, Janet Cardiff, Rachael Clewlow, Mike Collier, Chris Drury, Alec Finlay, Hamish Fulton, Tracy Hanna, Tim Knowles, Richard Long, Melanie Manchot, Julian Opie, James Hugonin, Ingrid Pollard, Simon Pope, Plan B, Brian Thompson, Richard Wentworth, Wrights & Sites, walkwalkwalk, Jeremy Wood
Walk On opens at Pitzhanger Manor gallery in West London before touring to Sunderland, Aberdeen and Plymouth
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