Lauren Beet

University of Lincoln 2013

Winchester School of Art
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Winchester School of Art
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Part One – Title:  53.0075° N, 0.6212° W

Using your University as a starting point, travel in an easterly direction to the ‘edge-lands’ of your city (approximately 5.3 miles).

On arrival at your located destination you will produce recordings of the area facing in different directions for limited periods of time.  It is your prerogative as to how you choose to record the surrounding (without using a camera for all), but what you produce should fully represent where you are and what is surrounding you, both near to you and the structures on the horizon (if there are any).  The aim is to produce a response that incorporates the recordings and creates a 360-degree view.

Facing north produce 5 recordings in 3minutes

Facing east produce 7 recordings in 5minutes

Facing south produce 6 recordings in 2minutes

Facing west produce 1 recording in 2minutes

Response through a 360 view.

 

Part Two – Title:  52.8658° N, 1.2564° W

Using your University as a starting point, travel in a southwesterly direction to the ‘edge-lands’ of your city (approximately 8.6 miles).

On arrival at your located destination you will produce recordings of the area facing in different directions for limited periods of time.  It is your prerogative as to how you choose to record the surrounding (without using a camera for all), but what you produce should fully represent where you are and what is surrounding you, both near to you and the structures on the horizon (if there are any).  The aim is to produce a response that incorporates the recordings and creates a 360-degree view.

Facing north produce 5 recordings in 28minutes

Facing east produce 6 recordings in 58minutes

Facing south produce 1 recording in 25minutes

Facing west produce 6 recordings in 4minutes

 

Reference.

‘Edgelands – Journeys Into England’s True Wilderness’, by Michael Symmons Roberts and Paul Farley