Guinness World Record (Attempt in Progress)
I’ve been on the road in Vauxhall’s new Corsa for over forty days using England, Scotland, and Wales as a canvas to create a Guinness World Record for the ‘Largest GPS Drawing’.
My dash mounted co-pilot has led me through pedantically picturesque countryside and stunningly ordinary towns. Lots of single track lanes with thousands of gear changes, clean sheets every night, and far too many full English breakfasts.
FIRE & FRIGHT FESTIVAL
1st November 2014 10:00– 15:00
Part of the Letchworth 'Fire & Fright' Festival, onedotzero presents a GPS Drawing Workshop with Jeremy Wood. More...
WALKING WITH SATELLITES or: How to Draw with Billions of Dollars of Space Technology for Personal Cartography
3rd– 6th November 2014
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Canada More...
WALK ON 40 years of Art Walking
19th September– 12th December 2014
Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery, Plymouth Art Centre, Peninsula Arts,
University of Plymouth and Plymouth College of Art, England
Steeped in the tradition of landscape art, walking has been at the heart of many art practices and performances for decades now. This exhibition, focusing on artists’ walks and journeys both literal and metaphorical, is the first to examine the astonishingly varied ways in which artists since the late 1960s have used what would seem like a universal act – of taking a walk – as a means to create new types of art.
An Art Circuit Touring Exhibition, supported by ACE and LEADER
13 Years of Mowing
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