WeRunWeWalkWeRun by Kim Moore

WeRunWeWalkWeRunWeRunWeWalkWeRun by Kim Moore 

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Find our Glasgow Green.

Choose your path between two points, of a distance, move between them.


Artists Kim Moore and Ruth Barker have made work in response to Glasgow Women’s Library’s East End Women’s Heritage Walk for this years Glasgow International Festival.

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Palaces, Ballrooms & Battling Betty McAllister: Hidden Histories of Art & Culture in Glasgow’s East End

Kim-Moore-performing-live-with-Zoey-Van-Goey-(2013)-John-JowettWeRunWeWalkWeRun is a new sound piece created by Kim Moore using binaural recordings of real and unreal spaces inspired by histories and stories of women and walking in Glasgow’s East End. To be experienced in and around Bridgeton, the new neighbourhood of Glasgow Women’s Library.

Barker uses live performance and spoken word poetry to re-tell ancient myths through the lens of her own unconscious associations. She has produced a new meditative sequence of short aural pieces, The Lives of Saints, evoking the stories of women including Saint Teneu and the lost witch Maggie Wall.



Kim would like to thank:

Glasgow Madrigirls
John Lemke
Stevie Jones
Julian Corrie
Thom Scullion, Fergus Dunett, Geraldine Heaney, Suzie Ferguson, Verity, Toby and Jed Hocking, Paul Tracy, Alan Govan, Laura Bradshaw, Roy Shearer.

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