REFractal Revisited - Old Law Beacons walking Research at NN Contemporary
Old law Beacons, Jo Dacombe, Kate Dyer and Carole Miles continued their remote walking research for Back To Books during a weekend at the Project Space in NN Contemporary, Northampton.

They used artefacts from a walk commissioned by MiC REFractal and added to it using images, sounds and new sculptural pieces. They were also able to make a geographical link between NN and Delapre Abbey, inviting people via social media to visit a smaller intervention in the grounds. Participants were also invied to create their own responses using glass pebbles.

Part of “Marking Our Tracks - Wellbeing Walks Further Afield” a walking and wellbeing project exploring changing landscapes through walks, talks and cycles, re-cycling / up-cycling, literature and song. The landscapes will link with disused railways like the Brampton Valley Way, canals, sites of industrial or historical significance, rural and urban locations and will encourage people to explore both familiar and unfamiliar landscapes in unique ways, whilst increasing fitness and encouraging healthy eating.

The travel for the three day presentation was supported by Back To Books with funding from Awards For All
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