(dis)enchantments and perambulations: walking arts and reluctant heritage
Thursday 18 July to Tuesday 23 July
Corsham Court Long Gallery, Corsham
Looped short films and soundscapes. A walk ( Saturday 20 July).
Re-visiting two cycles of walks Sweet Waters and Honouring Esther. Juxtaposing the experience of walking for pleasure with coerced walking and forced migration. Honouring Esther attended to a Nazi death march and Sweet Waters explores the legacies of slave-ownership in Bath and along the River Avon. Both projects develop an iteration of a ‘walking-with’ approach towards revealing and countering reluctant heritage.
Thursday 18 July to Tuesday 23 July Corsham Court Long Gallery, Corsham
(dis)enchantments and perambulations: an installation
access via Blue Door, Bath Spa University entrance
Corsham Court, Church Street, Wiltshire, Corsham SN13 0BZ
NB: there is no parking on the Corsham Court site for visitors to this exhibition, this is a Bath Spa University event and does not provide access to the Methuen collection or the grounds.
Free on street parking is available nearby at the end of the High Street, on The Laggar and on Priory Street, There is a car park by the Co-Op at the other end of the High Street