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From Reservoir to Tap

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Published

Publication date19/06/2010
Original languageEnglish

Exhibition

ExhibitionDistance Festival
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityLondon
Period19/06/1020/06/10

Abstract

Live performative walk and discussion.

The aritst carries a small bottle of water 10 miles from King Georges reservoir to STK. Her walk will be broadcast to the Distance exhibition. Download the iphone app ʻcomob netʼ and join her at a distance to share the journey that your drinking water takes from reservoir to tap. This walk is part of an ongoing exploration of comobility, the social and spatial relationships between people in motion.
Download the free iphone app comob net from the app store. To participate on the day open ‘comob net’, go to settings, enter a username and the group name R2T. Turn show names ON, proximity sensor OFF, select satellite and all. Return to map view. You should now see everyone who is viewing the walk from a distance and Jen the walker with her name displayed as JenWalking.