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David Blandy's
THE BAREFOOT LONE PILGRIM

      
   

'Influenced by popular culture including manga comics and Maus, David Blandy makes comic books as part of his diverse art practice.'
Alli Sharma, Arty 28: Zines, 2010

In The Barefoot Lone Pilgrim video/performance pieces, Blandy integrates real life and virtual adventures. Donning the orange robes of a Buddhist Shaolin Monk, portable record player in hand, the Lone Pilgrim has been a hermit in an 18th Century park in Surrey, made an Amercan road trip, and searched for the places that had associations with soul songs in New York. The Barefoot Lone Pilgrim comics are an adaptation of the video works.

Arty 28: Zines features an interview with David Blandy.

Priced at £3 The Barefoot Lone Pilgrim comics are available at the Transition Shop or online.


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The Barefoot Lone Pilgrim
in association with Pori Art Museum 'Phenomena'
at Pori Art Museum, Finland, 2008

 

 

20 pages, 25x17.5cm, black and white, edition of 1000


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Enter the Barefoot Lone Pilgrim: Origins
published on the occasion of rhe exhibition Far West
28 June - 31 August 2008, Arnolfini, Bristol

 

 

20 pages, 25x17.5cm, 2 colour cover, black and white inside.

 

 

 

 

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