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Sunday, 1 August 2010

Bridge (aka The HumberBridge) backwards walking...

In the past, I have been formally commissioned to make two short films. The first came in 1996 following the four days of backwards walking (reverse pedestrian walk) on the biggest suspension bridge in the world (at the time) which was The HumberBridge. An eccentric performance walk in which I celebrated the absurdity of a political regional change: the renaming of 'Humberside' to 'East Yorkshire'.

I have inserted some newspaper clippings from the 'Back to the Future' in which I attempted to claim a new world record for reverse pedestrianism and why I did it.