Author Archives: Holly Rumble
I will be dropping pins with willing participants on the route between Cambridge Junction and Aid&Abet, on Saturday 8th March 2014. This is part of an exciting programme of work at Monomania Festival. The route has changed dramatically since I … Continue reading
There are now a few more locations that have been added by other visitors: That brings the total up to 261!
Here are some images of Friday’s tour:
Here’s a map with the photographs in their locations. There are so many images this time that it displays them in two pages, so to see the second batch click on ‘View Larger Map’ and then scroll down at the … Continue reading
I’ve completed my map, and covered all publicly-accessible outdoor spaces within a 500m radius of Battersea Arts Centre. In total I have walked over 16 miles (about 26km), and have found 265 locations where you can hear a pin drop. … Continue reading
I’ve walked 8 miles today, all within this 500m radius of Battersea Arts Centre. Hard to imagine you could do that really. I am also aware I need to decide whether to ditch imperial measurements at this stage. The total … Continue reading
I arrived at lunchtime, so only had an afternoon of pin dropping. However, apart from the main roads this area is remarkably quiet and I have found 79 locations today. I’ve walked about 5.5 miles, and covered a good portion … Continue reading
Thanks to Yoko Ishiguro for her live translation, Forest Fringe for inviting me to TPAM, British Council for funding the visit, and staff at Steep Slope Studio and BankART Studio NYK for all their help over the week.