9781911193364-1911193368-Walking Art Practice: Reflections on Socially Engaged Paths

Walking Art Practice: Reflections on Socially Engaged Paths

ISBN-13: 9781911193364
ISBN-10: 1911193368
Author: Pujol, Ernesto
Publication date: 2018
Publisher: Triarchy Press Ltd
Format: Paperback 162 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781911193364
ISBN-10: 1911193368
Author: Pujol, Ernesto
Publication date: 2018
Publisher: Triarchy Press Ltd
Format: Paperback 162 pages

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Acknowledged authors Pujol, Ernesto wrote Walking Art Practice: Reflections on Socially Engaged Paths comprising 162 pages back in 2018. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1911193368 and 9781911193364. Since then Walking Art Practice: Reflections on Socially Engaged Paths textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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"Artists are trying to move away from the influence of competitive corporate culture that has increasingly defined art as an abrasive urban career. Artists are trying to replace this with the humbler notion of art as a practice, as a mindful way of life, consisting of consciously creative gestures, visible and invisible, large and small. Art practice is a private and public, selfless and generous, creative life process resulting in a conscious cultural product." "Walking Art Practice" brings together the author's experiences as a monk, performance artist, social choreographer and educator. It serves as a provocation, walkers' manifesto, and teaching guide for walking as a mindful cultural activity and as mindful cultural activism. It is an inspirational text for artists, art students and anyone who loves to walk. Ernesto Pujol combines elements from an art book, field journal and walkers' manifesto. It is a text for performative artists, art students, and all who walk as cultural activism. This book is an invitation to: Rethink what it means to walk and explore different ways in which to walk as: a cultural practice; a meditative practice; a radical practice; art; healing; and social engagement; Reconsider how to attend to the inner and outer landscape whilst walking; Treat walking as a performance resource; Walk as an everyday pilgrimage; Walk slowly, walk in and with awareness, walk with and without skill, walk to regain and to lose. [Subject: Performance Art, Walking, Meditation]

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