Edible Walks form a specific part of the Edible Map project where the drawn map is complimented by a series of walks through the imaginary landscape of an “edible city”. These are wonderful moments for me where are get to spend time with residents and locals and explore their city through a two hour walk, were we can explore the idea of the urban edible landscape. They run only with the support of am institution, usually as part of a residency, largely because they are time consuming to organise and run.
Example walks 2010-2020:
2010: Hackney, East London, supported by Space Gallery.
2011: Hackney, East London, supported by Space Gallery.
2015: Central Newcastle, supported by Newbridge Gallery.
2019: Shieldfield, Newcastle, supported by Shieldfield Art Works.
As part of the Discovering Britain series, The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) has published the Hackney Edible walk as a self-walk with audio guide and…
Flâneuring, Edible Mapping and Feeding Imaginations This paper discusses the edible map project and walks in Hackney, London, 2010-2011 Title of Paper: You Are Hungry: Flâneuring, Edible Mapping…