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-in the old <fc #800000>Maya culture</fc> : Red Sky walker invites you to go on a journey of discovery and new experiences, beyond the terrain that is familiar to you. The trick is to see the beauty in every experiment, simply because you will learn from it anyway. It is not about the preconceived end result, but about the unexpected that arises when you start experimenting without an end goal. Red Skywalker sets off without a plan and adjusts the course along the way, based on experience. This path is also about the stories we share with each other, the stories of experience through which we learn from each other.+in the old <fc #800000>Maya culture</fc> : Red Sky walke, * your feet are the heaven of the earth (ancient Maya culture) invites you to go on a journey of discovery and new experiences, beyond the terrain that is familiar to you. The trick is to see the beauty in every experiment, simply because you will learn from it anyway. It is not about the preconceived end result, but about the unexpected that arises when you start experimenting without an end goal. Red Skywalker sets off without a plan and adjusts the course along the way, based on experience. This path is also about the stories we share with each other, the stories of experience through which we learn from each other.
  
 The Walking Seminar. Embodied Research Methodologies in emergent Anthropocene Landscapes https://issuu.com/artist-in-residence-ahk/docs/wandelkrant___insert_samengebonden. assignment: from the exotics--- to the everyday surrounding , read text together.... The Walking Seminar. Embodied Research Methodologies in emergent Anthropocene Landscapes https://issuu.com/artist-in-residence-ahk/docs/wandelkrant___insert_samengebonden. assignment: from the exotics--- to the everyday surrounding , read text together....
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   * landing Sites Cocky Eek; https://cockyeek.com/projects/landing-sites/   * landing Sites Cocky Eek; https://cockyeek.com/projects/landing-sites/
  
-* <fc #800000>Richard Long</fc> +* <fc #800000>Richard Long</fc>My footsteps make the mark. My legs carry me across the country. It's like a way of measuring the world. I love that connection to my own body. It's to me the world. Richard long. The Guardian, June 15, 2012.
-  * My footsteps make the mark. My legs carry me across the country. It's like a way of measuring the world. I love that connection to my own body. It's to me the world. Richard long. The Guardian, June 15, 2012.+
   * In the sixties walking art became a genre by itself.  Long bases his work on the human scale. This distinguishes him from American Land Art artists who, in the 1960s and 1970s, created imposing works of art in the open air with bulldozers. The only things that remain are maps, photographs and word pictures, which he calls 'second-hand' by definition.   * In the sixties walking art became a genre by itself.  Long bases his work on the human scale. This distinguishes him from American Land Art artists who, in the 1960s and 1970s, created imposing works of art in the open air with bulldozers. The only things that remain are maps, photographs and word pictures, which he calls 'second-hand' by definition.
  
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   * You're walking and you don't always realize it, but you're always falling. With each step up,you fall forward slightly and then catch yourself from falling. Over and over your falling and then catching yourself from falling and this how you can be walking and falling at the same time. Laurie Anderson - Gravity's Angel, inspired by the book Gravity's Rainbow by Thomas Pinchon. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHFCdviF6zU (start 1:04 till- end)   * You're walking and you don't always realize it, but you're always falling. With each step up,you fall forward slightly and then catch yourself from falling. Over and over your falling and then catching yourself from falling and this how you can be walking and falling at the same time. Laurie Anderson - Gravity's Angel, inspired by the book Gravity's Rainbow by Thomas Pinchon. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHFCdviF6zU (start 1:04 till- end)
   * Sometimes you are not even aware that you are listening, but moving along with your tempo. Laurie Anderson. Northon lectures #02.   * Sometimes you are not even aware that you are listening, but moving along with your tempo. Laurie Anderson. Northon lectures #02.
-  * your feet are the heaven of the earth (ancient Maya culture) +  
-  * since the 60's walking itself became a form of art by itself. +
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   *<fc #800000> Guido van der Werve</fc>, in 2007 left with a small crew to the Botanical Golf, to make a movies where he slowly walks over ice, just in front of Sampo, a three and a half thousand ton icebreaker of the Finnish government. A risky venture, but delivered an iconic result: the film number eight, Everything is going to be all right.   *<fc #800000> Guido van der Werve</fc>, in 2007 left with a small crew to the Botanical Golf, to make a movies where he slowly walks over ice, just in front of Sampo, a three and a half thousand ton icebreaker of the Finnish government. A risky venture, but delivered an iconic result: the film number eight, Everything is going to be all right.
   * Monty Python; Ministry of silly Walks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCLp7zodUiI   * Monty Python; Ministry of silly Walks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCLp7zodUiI
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 the songlines the songlines
 wilfried hou je bek: algorithmic walking wilfried hou je bek: algorithmic walking
 +cern walk
 +esther polak
 +sound walks...
  
  
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