A provocative 5 min audio work that can be taken on a walk or listened to without walking. Exhibited at Bloc Projects, Sheffield for the exhibition ‘What do we know (anyway)?’ 2021
Sally Stenton is a multi-media artist whose recent research has focussed on walking. Her work explores the power of connection through absence and the blurring of human edges. She received awards in 2016 and 2018 for walks connecting UK with Syria and Iraq and in 2020 completed her thesis ‘Experiments with the Edges of Walking’ at the Royal College of Art. She has been busy re-imagining her participatory art practice in the light of enforced human-to-human distancing and is particularly interested in ideas of commoning that might extend beyond the human. The digital frame has become a site of both resistance and embrace.