Walking Libraries | 2020 Terrain

Walking Libraries interview and photography featured on Moowon Journal

After three plus years of documenting, observing, reflecting, and revising ideas related to my environmental immersion project, Walking Libraries, I am pleased to share this interview created by Mona Kim of Moowon Journal.

“An interview with environmental artist and researcher Abigail Doan sheds light upon slowing down, walking and observing nature as a form of artistic practice that helps us discover new ways of relating to our surroundings. She proposes such act as means to unearth potential solutions for resiliency and connectedness — both on an individual and collective level — in this critical time of climate change.”

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PHOTOGRAPHY: COPYRIGHT © ABIGAIL DOAN. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
TEXT: COPYRIGHT © MONA KIM / MOOWON MAGAZINE. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

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projects and writing exploring the intersections of site-specific, landscape phenomena and art lab/design methodologies.

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