This experimental text, created by way of bricolage, is a form of mapping that activates relationships between the experience of the body, meanings accrued over time, and the inhabited landscape. This work situates the body as the first site and engages walking to open up fields of experimental making of meaning through experiences collected (visually, textually, physically, etc.) along the way. These experiences are forms of ‘data’ that over time, gain more meaning as the archive expands to include new references. Specifically, the walk being mapped begins in 2004 in Florianopolis, Santa Caterina, Brazil, and continues temporally through to today.
Bash, Katherine E.. "Walking as Experimental Poiesis." Artl@s Bulletin 2, no. 2 (2013): Article 8.