Terminalia - ‘Walking the Invisible - February 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A short walk of any distance from 5 paces to 50 kilometres that takes place along an invisible boundary’, celebrated on February 23rd, the last day of the Roman year.

My walk was in Skagaströnd, Iceland along an edge between sea and land; a liminal place - a threshold and place of flux, where the sea enters and flows across the land and then receeds. At this time of year there is constant change with ice forming and melting and flowing into the sea. . A liminal space is a place of transition, of waiting and not knowing, between what was and what will become

 

The full walk with text and images is on my Blog:

 https://www.janettekerr.co.uk/post/walking-a-liminal-line  

There are also links on this site:

http://artworks.eu.com/wordpress/terminalia-project/

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