Bram Thomas Arnold, or I, am an artist who started with walking and kept going, into performance, writing, drawing, reading and installation and anywhere else I found myself at the end of a day spent on foot. I have run a library out of a gallery in New York, performed poems over the phone at a festival in Dorset, walked from London to Switzerland and learnt to translate Lithuanian in the pursuit of new interpretations of experience. Now based primarily in London I am studying a PhD in walking and ethnography in contemporary arts practice with the University of the Arts, Falmouth. I live above a doctors surgery, next door to a church in a grade two listed Victorian building in the heart of Hackney Central where the scraps of wasteland are ever being diminished, scraps of forgotten land exist like Gordon Matta Clarks Fake Estates. It is within two of these pockets I plan to conduct my experiments and explorations.