A Very Slow Walk


A Very Slow Walk is made of two installations: A Child’s Walk in Broughton and A Childlike Walk Along the Thames, which echo the walk of a small child who takes seemingly forever to get from one place to another, not simply due to little legs, but mainly because everything is interesting and requires pausing for close examination. Hanging from quadrats, used for studying a unit space as a representation of a larger area, Ruth displays her findings from re-enactments of these walks.