Tery Žeželj & Maria Magdalena Kozlowska: I walked for too long and I became a landscape
Have you ever been to the woods?
Now, I can imagine, you’re smiling gently, but not without a hint of sarcasm.
“Of course” you say to yourself. “What kind of question is that?!”
But have you really? Have you been to a real forest? The one that makes you pay the price for entering it?
Walking is never innocent. It shapes the landscape as we go. It indulges the gaze.
Walking is political. It creates realities, depending on where we go, with whom, when, on the weather, clothes, thoughts, feelings, health conditions, terrains, shapes, plants, types of the ground, moisture of the soil and any other element that you can think of.
I lost myself in the woods. Come walk through me!
Participation in the walk is free, but reservations are required at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Necessary equipment: smartphone or mp3 player and headphones.
We will send you a link to an audio file, which you can download to your smartphone or mp3 player and which we will use together during the walk.
The walk will be in English.
The performative walk is the 3rd chapter of the research art project MULTISPECIES LANDSCAPE by the artist Tery Žeželj.
Conceived and executed by: Tery Žeželj & Maria Magdalena Kozlowska
Sound design and music: Blaž Pavlica
Producer: Maja Vižin
Public relations: Tamara Bračič Vidmar
Produced by: Bunker, Ljubljana
Supported by: Ministry for Culture of Republic of Slovenia, ACT – Art, Climate, Transition, European Union – Creative Europe Program: Culture