Separating North Woolwich and Woolwich is a place where people have crossed the river for more than a thousand years – an interruption in the pace of the city, an anomaly in the network, a public thinking space.
Silent Passages is a walk in, on, through, and around this place of in-between, a somatic consideration of the poetic and material everyday, and the local and geopolitical conditions of crossings.
If we resist an urge to make words of things can we bring about different conditions for our experiences to land and settle into us? We do not seek to know through capturing results but through opening up possibilities for shared, yet personal, knowledge of the city as a trace in our bodies.
This silent walk is an ANTI-UNIVERSITY free and inclusive self-organised radical learning event.
Date and Time
Meet under the last tree on Hare Street (junction with Woolwich High Street & opposite entrance to Woolwich Waterfront Leisure Centre)