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A Walk in Two Circles

Sun 24th July 2022. 6pm to 7pm

Click here for more info and free booking via eventbrite

Between Two Doors

April 2022

Exhibition by Experimental Space Collective


Watford Museum

30th April 2022

Wherever you are

Mesopotamian Mud: the third walk  

20 years CRASSH: Global Conversations art exhibition.

University of Cambridge

August – December 2021

Mesopotamian Mud: the third walk Video and new audiomix – for HERE&THERE collaborative livestream from USA. 22nd May 2021, showing at 7pm UK / 8pm France / 9pm Iraq / 2pm EST. Watch later: the-third-walk-video

What do we know anyway?

Bloc Projects, Sheffield

July 2021

A walk in common

An invitation to walk wherever you are

Saturday 10th April 2021

at 11am (BST)

The prompt for the walk will be determined by the number of legs, including walking companions, human or otherwise. Please send an email to by 2pm on 9th April, stating number of legs walking.

You will receive the shared prompt for the walk  on the evening of 9th April and an invitation to send an image of paws, feet, shoes etc to be collaged together as a fusion of our experiences. All welcome!!

The invitation is featured as part of the Roar exhibition (see below)

Roar: Art and Sustainability

Conversation and Online Exhibition

Curated by Rosanna Greaves and Marina Velez

In association with Cambridge Festival

26th March to 4th April 2021

Mesopotamian Mud: A journey through voice and vessel

Part of Cambridge Festival

Audio walk – listen wherever you are.

The audio continues to be available through the project website. Click here.

In collaboration with Dr Nawrast Sabah Abd Alwahab, Kelcy Davenport, Shaima al-Sitrawi and Sarah Strachan

Are we nearly there? 

Screening at Norwich Fringe

18th to 21st March 2021

A video made in collaboration with Susie Olczak during the first period of lockdown 2020. 

How to Live Together

Online workshops for humans and plant guests

In collaboration with Susie Olczak

25th February (Royal Collage of Art) 2021

11th March (Open) 2021

 A Glass Envelope 

International Online Artist Residency

9 – 30 November 2020

Facilitated by Svetlana Atlavina and Sally Stenton

The Early Edge of the Day

Sunrise walks, the same time in different places

28th Sept to 2nd October 2020

Experiments with the edges of walking

Part of Situationist RCA 16th to 31st July 2020

On Thursday 23rd July at 2pm I will be walking in St. Ives, Cambridgeshire. Join me from a distance, whether it is 1 metre or 1,000 miles (or more). Or choose a walk from the directory to do at any time.

If you email me I will send you details on Thursday morning.

Or check back here to find out which walk has been randomly selected from the Directory.

If you are able to walk with me in St. Ives, Cambridgeshire, meet at the Bridge Chapel, Bridge Street, St. Ives at 2pm and we will walk for 30 mins with a 1 metre distance.

Dig.  Online exhibition. San Mei Gallery, Brixton. May 2020.

Work-in-Progress Show, Royal College of Art. Dyson Gallery, Hester Road, Battersea. 31st Jan to 2nd Feb 2020. 12 to 6pm.

Offline Walk No. 1. A fuzzy time walk in about 10 minutes. Sun 2nd Feb 2020. 2.30pm. Meet at the entrance to the Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Art, Hester Road, Battersea, London.

Launch of Roar at Venice Biennale, Ivory Coast Pavilion. 23rd Nov 2019. More info about the book 

Mars by Proxy.  Image featured as part of  The Festival of the Moon exhibition at Wakefield Market Hall. 23rd August to 8th September 2019.

The Listening Stick case study presented by Dr Eirini Saratsi for AALERT (Arts and the Artist in Landscape and Environmental Research Today) Valuing Nature conference workshop. Nov 2018, Cardiff

Joya: AiR Residency

Sally Stenton selected to take part in a Winter Sun Residency at Joya: AiR in southern Spain Nov/Dec 2018.

If the cloud allows

Simultaneous circular walks in Cambridge, UK and Basra, Iraq, sharing the view of the moon (if the cloud allows).  Part of The Archive and Contested Landscape, Cambridge Festival of Ideas.

Walk – Tuesday 16th October 2018

The project will then continue for the next year with one walk per season in both places.

Artist Sally Stenton is working with Dr. Nawrast Sabah Abd Alwahab (University of Basrah, Department of Geology) and Dr Matthew Bothwell (University of Cambridge, Institute of Astronomy) to create the walks.

Free event. Please pre-book

Click here for project pages


The Archive and the Contested Landscape

Exhibition in Cambridge, UK and Basra, Iraq.

22nd to 28th October 2018

Q&A for a-n Artists Network. August 2018

Sat 21st July 2018

Workshop exploring –

‘Bending as a form of resistance’ In collaboration with Kelcy Davenport and Pernille Fransden as part of ‘Theorem’ PhD research exhibition, the Ruskin Gallery.

10am to 4pm. Anglia Ruskin University

Dancing with devices – project development

Are you a choreographer who has an interest in the principles of tai chi? If you would like to have an exploratory chat about using movement of the body to investigate ideas of resistance and embrace in our digital relations – with a view to a possible collaborative project – please contact me. Posted 15th May 2018

5th to 21st April 2018

Liquid Land. Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge School of Art

Including performances of The Listening Stick on 11th April.

12th to 18th March 2018. 11am to 4pm

Brilliant Brains: Seeing science through art. Part of Cambridge Science Festival. CB2 Cafe (upstairs), Norfolk Street, Cambridge. 

Sat 17th March 2018  5 to 7pm

Artists and scientists in collaboration. Cambridge Science Festival. Venue CB2 Cafe, Norfolk Street, Cambridge

September 2017

Sally Stenton selected as one of four artists in residence at Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University. Artists Access to Art School scheme (AA2A)

October 21st 2017

Crossing bridges. Immersive video installation by Sally Stenton and Caroline Wendling in the Bridge Chapel, St. Ives. Part of An invitation to travel

August 5th and 9th 2017

Bridge Walk: A treasure hunt through memory and place. Part of An invitation to travel. St. Ives, Cambridgeshire.

February 2017

Arts Council England has awarded a grant for ‘An invitation to travel’ –  a collaborative project by Caroline Wendling and Sally Stenton to take place from March to December 2017 in St. Ives, Cambridgeshire. Additional funding and support from Cambridgeshire County Council, St. Ives Town Team and Wysing Arts Centre.

October 2016

Stone Paper Cloud by Sally Stenton

Part of Art Language Location and Cambridge Festival of Ideas

June 2016

The Listening  Stick

Participatory Performance facilitated by Sally Stenton and Judy Nakazato, Newcastle

March 2016

Cambridge Festival of Ideas Award (University of Cambridge) to Sally Stenton for  ‘Stone Paper Cloud’ proposal