Intimate encounters with a few plants and people along a pilgrimage route. What visions of an alternative future appear through these encounters and how can we renew the ways we relate to and inhabit the world around us?
What changes when we walk in different cultural and political contexts? Which (un)privilege do certain bodies have to walk and wander? Dina Mohamed departs from her own embodied experience to explore these questions.
Walking through an other, how could we access imaginary and real landscapes of memory, grief and desire? The writer follows her embodied memory and that of the landscape. Where does trauma reside? And does nature know grief?
A walk along paths interwoven between inner landscapes of grief and the outer natural landscapes of transformation, in the village the writer has taken refuge in due to the economic and political crisis in Lebanon.
Much remains untold when it comes to grief, and much feels unheard as we walk and connect to everything by our side. This dossier reflects on the practice of walking through the writing of six artists.