For A Better World Play Golf On The Moon
Installation by artists Paul Conneally and Tim Wright at Mile End Arts Pavillion, London UK, out of a psychogeographic game of golf from Arnold Circus to Mile End.
This collaborative work forms part of Wright’s ongoing work ‘Golf on the Moon (with David Bowie)’ and Conneally’s ‘For a Better World…’ series of pieces.
The video shows some of the visitors to The Renewability Exhibition,which was curated and conceived by Tomomi Iguchi of Crossover UK, holing out Hole 2 which goes from Arnold Circus to Mile End Arts Pavillion in Mile End Park, London UK.
Conneally believes that most golf courses are environmentally unsound and urges:
‘for a better world play golf on the moon’
The game of ‘golf on the moon’ involves a hole being set up somewhere – in this case in Mile End Arts Pavilion – and a tee being set up somewhere some distance away with a particular significance – in this case the mound in the centre of Arnold Circle – a place where ley lines, including the Strand Ley, converge amongst other things.
The players tee off and then pick up their balls to walk back by what ever route takes their fancy to the hole location – along the way they are encouraged to talk to each other and engage with their surroundings – they too become looked at a little more than usual as they are carrying golf clubs – at least one each. When they reach the hole location they put their balls back on the ground and putt until they hole out.
“psychogeography is dead the splacist revolution has begun”