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Special Online event for Watery Foxes of Woolwich

17th September 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

JOIN us tonight online 7pmish to 9.30pm – via livestream remote listening:

“In early May 2020 during the first period of the Covid pandemic, we launched a series of Night Skulks, as a way of connecting back into a forbidden landscape. Being together without fear and experiencing life again, these walks, conducted individually or in small ‘family’ groups mimicked the night scavenging of urban foxes. But to make these night shift less literal we imagined ourselves as foxes, somewhat transformed into watery beasts, animals adapted to water, fluid and fleeting as the shadowy night. Tracing our way along a variety of water courses that flowed near to or by our homes’ front doors, our sensibility transformed now as hybrid animals, we confronted another sense of dwelling within this city. We witnessed the city, floating on a floodtide, no longer made up from firm ground, liquefied, returned to a silty marshland. We saw how this city unexpectedly quiet, with its emptied streets, offered us unusual opportunities to see the place anew.” (Charlie Fox – ‘Waylaid by bodies of water’ (unpublished chapter GroundWalking London: To Walk and Re-enchant the City forthcoming 2023)

For tonights night skulk from Gallions Reach to Woolwich – tracing backwards on segment 21 of inspirallondon trail – listen to our live broadcast streaming of the walk here:

From around 7pm to 9.30pm listen to live acoustic walk following the traces and scent paths of urban foxes plus reading, discussion and soundscapes)
This broadcast is made possible because of the international artistic research platform locussonus and through our longterm collaboration with soundcamp. For the night we are grateful to the expertise and committment of associate artist Calum f Kerr for the skilled use of his binaural microphone/headphones.


17th September 2022
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm