An attentive walk

I was very taken with the methodology of the 'attentive walk' that Fran Kelly took in her article 'Hurry up please, it’s time!’ A psychogeography of a decommissioned university campus. I included some detail in my previous post: "Although I had walked the same paths before, this time I walked with intention and attention, taking … Continue reading An attentive walk

Storytelling

I've had little to blog. Work has been a constant stream of meetings, and complex and challenging, but uninspiring, tasks. I'm listening to Classical Music for Reading while doing this work. I've been wondering: where's the story in that? This highlights a recent preoccupation of mine: the stories we tell ourselves and others about who … Continue reading Storytelling