Between the Waves and Unquiet Mind: Slow Walking at the Aberdeen Beach
Creativity / Participatory Art / Performance Art

Between the Waves and Unquiet Mind: Slow Walking at the Aberdeen Beach

The sound of waves struggling against the air, the earth and each other is very loud. Listening to it for nearly two hours triggered the feelings of annoyance, awareness, and astonishment: I wanted the noise to stop at once. Acknowledging the ocean’s existence, I, impressed, realised that the waves never stop hitting the shore. The … Continue reading

Slow Walking on the Beach: Reflections on a Participatory Walk with Bibo Keeley
Creativity / Participatory Art / Performance Art

Slow Walking on the Beach: Reflections on a Participatory Walk with Bibo Keeley

Tuesday, 26 September 2017 was one of the foggiest days I’ve seen in Aberdeen—it was the first time I ever had to drive with my fog lights on. It was on this murky, grey, dreary autumnal Aberdeen day that my Performance Art class was scheduled to participate in a slow walk on Aberdeen Beach with … Continue reading