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In The Walking Artist , Hamish Fulton documents his peripatetic self and its relationship to the world through which it moves. Fulton--born in London in 1946--initially studied sculpture, but in 1969 he turned to an artistic activity based on walking and graphic record of the walk. The Waling Artist documents various ''walking pieces'' from the early 1970s to the present day. Included are walks across all kinds of terrain--hills, mountains and forests--in regions as diverse as southern England, Peru, Bolivia, northern California, central Australia, Nepal, Japan, Baffin Island in Arctic Canada and France. "Walking is the constant," he declares, "the art medium is the variable."
Includes bibliographical references.