Wednesday 4th March 2015 , 6:30 – 9:00 pm
The Walking Reading Group was invited by The Photographers’ Gallery to create a walk in response to their show HUMAN RIGHTS HUMAN WRONGS.
Tracing the same route as many demonstrations in central London, we used texts by Frederic Gros, Rebecca Solnit, The Museum of London, Jo Freeman and Mark Thomas to consider how walking can be used as a means of resistance in political activism.
Gros, F. 2014, A Philosophy of Walking, London, Verso, pp196-206
Solnit, R. 2001, Wanderlust, London, Verso, pp 222-231
Museum of London, 2011, Suffragette City: How did the ‘votes for women’ campaign affect London 1906 – 1914?
Freeman, J. 2011, Women Were the Foundation of the Civil Rights Movement
Thomas, M. 2011. My Life In Serious Organised Crime