Our MultiWalks App launches today on iOS / iPhone, with the Android version coming soon.
This Monday (12th August) at 6.30pm we're presenting Multiwalks at Hack the Barbican, an exciting 'building hack' of one of London's largest and most renowned cultural institutions. Barring any last minute bugs, we're days away from the launch of Multiwaljks and we'll be explaining the app's content, software and process as well as motiroti's ongoing interest in artistic city walking. It's free - join us!
Rita Ray is a curator, performer, Club DJ, broadcaster, presenter, and compiler, and to add to this impressive list, she is also now one of motiroti’s trustees. We’re delighted that Rita will be joining us as a key member of the motiroti team contributing to creative direction and company strategy, by bringing a wealth of new skills and expertise to the Board as we continue to create and collaborate with world city communities, partners and clients.
Gabriel Gbadamosi here tells us about Vauxhall and his encounters with the signs of violence from the Richardson gang and his understanding of the changing corruption within Vauxhall's economy from gangs to the corporations developing the area today.
Check out the new MultiWalks website and sign up to be the first to find out when the MultiWalks app is released!
Announcing the second of our series of MultiWalks tours... A journey through invisible Vauxhall with Gabriel Gbadamosi, whose brilliant debut novel, 'Vauxhall' has just been published to great acclaim.
We’re very excited to announce the first of our series of MultiWalks tours! First up, we’re in Lower Marsh with Ali Zaidi, revealing the remarkable social and culinary ingredients of the Waterloo Quarter!
We held an interactive walking tour workshop that was co-authored by the participants. Read about the range of stories and storytelling techniques used.
Rob Berkeley, Director of the Runnymede Trust and Phil Wood, author of the Intercultural City on cities, walking and social equality agendas at our Diverse City workshop.
Mapping beyond Google Maps with Adam Hoyle, Director and co-founder of Do Tank Studios.