Contouring is used to navigate around a hill following a contour ring. In prioritising the form of navigation that mainly uses the map’s contours I adopted contouring as a metaphor and a personal synonym to describe my solitary walking away from the footpaths, and without a desire to move upwards as a goal. [includes a place-specific conversation with Hugh Nicholson] See more

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Temporal School of Experimental Geography is an itinerant network of artists sharing ideas and responses to landscape through fieldwork