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A Skulk of Foxes – a Watery Commons
May 16 @ 8:30 pm - 11:45 pm
LINK to OPEN LiveStream event from 8.45pm-9.45pm:
and for evenings mobile mic following you can follow the skulk to its charming end from 8.30-11.45pm at: locussonus soundmap
Following our first outing as a skulk of foxes – 11 mics Otherwalking with/as urban foxes across North & South London – follow A Skulk of Foxes in search of a watery commons – lifelines and pathways for urban foxes or other wildlife on thie Saturday 16 May from 8.30pm-11.45pm.
Listen to our live collective exploration of London, as the foxes emerge from their dens and earths to scavenge or play; and as the individual skulks meet up in a variety of charming rendez-vous hear the city through human or non-human eyes.
This event is part of ongoing project – OtherWalking – and as one other method to listen in to a lockdowned city. We discuss what we have seen/experienced/heard, what we have imagined and what we might like to see as we think/see through the filter of other lives, such as the urban fox: how we co-exist with the other and how we might reflect on the human beast through the eyes, ears, and padded whiskered feet of vulpes vulpes.
To listen go to the locussonus soundmap and zoom in on London to locate the moving mics – A Skulk of Foxes – a collective of charming couplings across London. You can make your own mix of the skulk by switching between mics – for inspiration see Remote Surveyor Anne Robinson’s film of watching at home .
LINK to OPEN LiveStream event: locussonus soundmap
You can open this map in window, focus in on London and identify fox mics as listed below as they move across the city to meet in small couplings and charms – On The Quaggy River, in Epping Forest, Near Thamesmead, and along the River Peck – a fluid watery exploration of the city and its watery lifelines.
MICS to listen into include: