Silent Footnotes was a twelve hour silent walking of the neighbourhoods of King’s Cross on 4 May 2016*. It began in Granary Square at 8am and passed through twenty-one times on a route of five repeated loops through Maiden Lane, Somers Town, The Cally, Argyle Square and the fringes of Pentonville. It was a further testing of publicness in King’s Cross with fifty-four colleagues, associate artists, students, friends, neighbours, and interested strangers walking with us in shared silence for half an hour or more.
*The centenary of Jane Jacob’s birth, 4 May 1916.
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