Silent Hike – Pilgrimage

British Pilgrimage trust walk on south downs: Set up in 2014 with the aim of bringing back spiritual journeys to Britain almost 500 years after Henry VIII banned them during the reformation From Guardian article: chance for quiet contemplation  Asked to think of an intention or subject we wanted time to consider and pick… Continue reading Silent Hike – Pilgrimage

Sound Mirrors

A good way to focus on space around us Link

Aboriginal Song Lines/Memory Code

A quick intro: Guardian: Indigenous songlines: a beautiful way to think about the confluence of story and time Paul Daley 2016 Good quote at end: it’s a challenging but beautiful way to think about the confluence of story and time. Indigenous story starts in the distant past and lives today. Time in traditional Indigenous… Continue reading Aboriginal Song Lines/Memory Code

SouthDowns website

Website link: Home Detailed report on usage of South Downs

Geo spatial concept

Problem The way that we experience time and space is changing our relationship with each other and the physical space around us. This is is directly impacted by the digital tools that we use.  The problem is that people do not have a digital screen balance in their lives. This means that to communicate and… Continue reading Geo spatial concept

Intervention Design Tool

Rachael Champion Rachael Champion is an artist and her artworks explore the physical, material, and historical relationships between ecology, industry, and the built environment. Her works are typically large in scale and consist of living organisms and ubiquitous building materials. Coalescing at an intersection between biology, geology, and architecture, Champion’s work addresses the corporeality of… Continue reading Rachael Champion

How to Find Silence in a Noisy World

From New York Times April 2nd 2018 “Sanctuaries of Silence” takes you on a virtual journey into one of Earth’s last remaining bastions of true quiet — the Hoh Rain Forest, in Washington State. Shooting in beautifully immersive 360 video, directors Adam Loften and Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee follow acoustic ecologist Gordon Hempton as he explores the… Continue reading How to Find Silence in a Noisy World