black bamboo
jute twine

PATHFOOTPATH was created in response to the physical footprint of the University of Stirling’s Pathfoot Building and fabricated from black bamboo harvested from one of the courtyards.   Over five days it was carried intentionally through the interior and around the exterior of the building, inviting new encounters with the modular architecture.  It navigated alternative routes through the well-trodden corridors, inhabiting overlooked spaces and places, drawing attention to their intrinsic beauty. For the remainder of the academic year, PATHFOOTPATH can be seen at the top of the steps up to the building’s main entrance.