A collaboration with  Karen Stein Shanley  for the Fort Point Arts Community’s annual Art Walk, Boston; May 10-June 3, 2014. I Wandered celebrates the joyous arrival of spring and invites one to explore the Fort Point through poetry. Large graphic daffodils and select phrases from “I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud,” William Wordsworth’s 1807 poem about discovering a “host of dancing daffodils,” can be found in six different spots around the Fort Point neighborhood—encouraging us to consider “the sparkling waves of glee,” to closely observe our geography and place, and to reconnect with the lost art of meditative walking. Cut vinyl and tape. All images (c) Kate Gilbert.

A collaboration with Karen Stein Shanley for the Fort Point Arts Community’s annual Art Walk, Boston; May 10-June 3, 2014. I Wandered celebrates the joyous arrival of spring and invites one to explore the Fort Point through poetry. Large graphic daffodils and select phrases from “I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud,” William Wordsworth’s 1807 poem about discovering a “host of dancing daffodils,” can be found in six different spots around the Fort Point neighborhood—encouraging us to consider “the sparkling waves of glee,” to closely observe our geography and place, and to reconnect with the lost art of meditative walking. Cut vinyl and tape. All images (c) Kate Gilbert.

  

 

At 346 Congress Street
At 346 Congress Street
detail of 346 Congress Street window
detail of 346 Congress Street window
At 327 A Street
At 327 A Street
25 Channel Center Store Front Display
25 Channel Center Store Front Display
Melcher Street between Necco and Summer Streets
Melcher Street between Necco and Summer Streets
303 Congress Street
303 Congress Street
Detail of 303 Congress Street window
Detail of 303 Congress Street window
303 Congress Street (channel side)
303 Congress Street (channel side)
300 Summer Street
300 Summer Street