“Walking is fundamentally cinematic and moving-image the logical portrayal of moving through a landscape.” Rebecca Solnit, Wanderlust, A History of Walking
OUTSHIFT invite audiences to navigate outdoor sites using moving image shot from the point of view of a walker. By linking cinematic narrative to a physical journey we amplify the way walking charges a location. We find ways of connecting the act of viewing to the act of walking to heighten presence in place, drift and porousness to the live.
"You put me in a magical place somewhere between reality, your fiction and my imagination. I loved the fact that I had to 'walk' to move and 'do' in order to discover the story." Participant
"I think you have created a unique kind of visual performance which is as much about the internal landscape of the viewer as the place they are in." Liz Whitehead, Fabrica