COME WALK WITH ME


In 2010 Anne repeatedly walked a six mile stretch of the north Cornish Coastal Path between Gwithian and Portreath and made a range of work including found objects, drawings, photographs, sound recordings and landscape interventions which aimed to bring the experience of the walk back to the studio. Only a small selection is shown here. She also set up the pebble project to interact indirectly with other walkers and made work using their words (see www.pickupapebble.co.uk). ‘Come Walk With Me’ is the title of a poem by Emily Bronte.
Cornish Coastal Path












The Pebble Project


















Come Walk With Me – some of the studio work

The Ground Beneath Your Feet

Soil samples in dishes with labels giving their GPS location on the path walked

The Ground Beneath Your Feet

Soil samples in dishes with labels giving their GPS location on the path walked

The Gift of Strangers

Box containing all the words written by participants in the Pebble Project

The Gift of Strangers

Box containing all the words written by participants in the Pebble Project

Milestones

Large pebbles painted with white emulsion labelled with GPS locations marking each mile of the walk

Milestone

Close up one of the Milestones

Milestone Print

Print made by dipping Milestone in white emulsion and placing on paper coated in blackboard paint (one of seven)

Milestone Print

Print made by dipping Milestone in white emulsion and placing on paper coated in blackboard paint (two of seven)

Postcard