Hamish Fulton


(1946, United Kingdom) Hamish Fulton made his first “artwalk”, with fellow students from St Martins in central London out to the countryside in 1967. In 1977, to counter being wrongly categorised as a 'Land Artist', Hamish Fulton coined the term 'Walking Artist’. Hamish Fulton believes that the experience of walking can interconnect with a wide diversity of contemporary topics and concerns and has completed approximately 2,500 full days of walking. His work has been widely exhibited all over the world, in museums such as Tate Britain or Serralves.

Here and Now (Performance)