Two short walks are a part of a Beaconsfield’s exhibition Monica Sjöö The time is NOW and it is overdue! and a week-long Peace Camp, 17-20 August, in Beaconsfield’s yard with artists and writers Minna Haukka, Harriet Hill, Alexandra Kokoli, Kristen Luke, Anne Robinson, Sally Pomme Clayton, Tansy Spinks.
The first walk, Thursday 18th August 2022 between 2 – 4pm, from the Feminist Library in Peckham to the Beaconsfield Gallery in Vauxhall. This is about 2.7 miles/ 4.3 km and will probably take about 1.5 hours.
The second walk, Friday 19th August 2022 between 12 -2pm from Beaconsfield to Parliament Square, around and back to Beaconsfield. Overall, this will be about 2.5 miles and take about 1 – 1.5 hours.
Harriet Hill is a London based artist working with materials, physical space and sociopolitical situations to create sculpture, installation and interactive live art. Structural, spatial, experiential or tactile, she is interested in the way these elements affect us viscerally and how they can be played with to shift our perceptions. Harriet studied Fine Art in Cardiff, 1987 and Fine Art Textiles at Goldsmiths, 2007. She exhibits internationally.