With the support of funders, notably Arts Council of England, MT and counterproductions InspiralLondon commissions and produces, with invited artists/contributors, a number of publications including:
A commission for soundcamp (May 2020); the publication ‘J D Swann’s Guide to InspiralLondon and Kent’ (A.A.A.B.A.M and inspirallondon CIC, 2020) and revised soundcamp phamplet (July 2018/Sept 2020); Darks a distillation of Anne Robinson’s festival commission (2018); revised Street Tree Twinning pamphlet by Rachel Gomme (2018).
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More map/phamphlet commissions are planned for 2020-21:
Street Tree Twinning Project – Segment 1 twinned with Segment 36 InspiralLondon Trail
Published by InspiralLondon CIC 2018 – Inspiral Map
Rachel Gomme Street Tree Twinning Project for InspiralLondon: is an ongoing project that celebrates the intrinsic value of street trees, the resiuces they provide and their resiliance in the urban environment.
Inspiral Trail – Segment 24: Chingford to Brimsdown. Published by inspirallondon CIC 2020
Soundcamp sound mapping of walk in July 2019 – around Hawk’s wood and along trail offering some notes on sonic mobilities, boundaries… as one walks segment 24 (Design by Sam Baraitser-Smith 2020)
from Flotsam to Jetson: Sailor Forbes Spirit Guide no. 235
Published by InspiralLondon CIC (October 2018)
A guided detour from Segment 21 Eltham to Woolwich passing through Woolwich Old Docks – to search out traces of Sailor Forbes and his antisigns. This detour map was commissioned as part of The Ghost Tide exhibition at Thames Side Gallery, 19 October to 4 November 2018. An updated version of the detour and antisigns will be printed in 2021.
Darks – A queer stumble through time. Published by InspiralLondon CIC/counterproductions 2018
Anne Robinson’s unique series of poems and text that draws on experiences of walking; as well as inhabiting areas of Kings Cross and East London that have now been erased by gentrification and hyper-development.
Anne Robinson ia an artist who lives and works in east London. Her practice is concerned with the perception and politics of time passing. ISBN: 978-09556370-0-3
J D Swann’s Orniphilosophical Guide to InspiralLondon and Kent Trail: The Final Furlong.
J D Swann conversations and interactions on the last three segments of InspiralLondon Trail: 34 Kenley to Knockholt (10 September 2017); Knockholt to Farningham Rewalk (28 January 2018); Gravesend to Farningham (InspiralLondon Festival 15 October 2017.
Edition of 150 Published by Artists’ Association of Autonomous Book Art & Magazines/counterproductions/InspiralLondon.