Wanderlust : A History of Walking, Rebecca Solnit.
The Mind at Three Miles an Hour
This kind of unstructured, associative thinking is the kind most often connected to walking, and it suggests walking as not an analytical but improvisational act.
Land : Antony Gormley, Clare Richardson, Jeanette Winterson.
Temporary is human. We don't live long. Our ancestors lived less long. Graveyards and ruins remind us of the atom and jot of our span. Against the reality of temporary, humans stage heroic battles for permanence : Archives, museums, endowments, societies.
Wandering is "not purposeful". A lot of art is made while wandering about either in your mind or on foot, Its a necessary aimlessness.
Anarchism : A Very Short Introduction, Colin Ward.
It is possible to discern four principles that would shape an anarchist theory of organisations: that they should be voluntary, functional, temporary and small.
The Rings of Saturn : W.G.Sebald.
I pressed on to towards Dunwich, which seemed so far in the distance as to be quite beyond my reach. It was as if I had been walking for hours before the tiled roofs of houses and the crest of a wooded hill gradually became defined.
Inside Phenomena/Catching The Light
Layered drawing : Sensuality, Drawing and Astronomical Space.
Locality/Social Complexity- Works on Paper
An ephemeral structure built to house a poetic impulse : The Book of Tea/A Hut of Ones Own
Reading Into the Visual : Exploratory Images