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Graeme Miller

Photo by Graeme Miller
2010 – 2016

Track is an environmental work and moveable participatory installation by Graeme Miller that throws landscape through 90 degrees and sets it in motion.

Face-up and camera-style, the viewer is gently pushed by their individual ‘grip’ on a slow journey along a 100 metre length of dolly track and invited to gaze upwards.

For the participant, the work creates a total shift in relationship with whichever environment it is installed, whether built or natural, indoor or outdoor. For the onlooker, that space is transformed by the vanishing tracks and the continuous, hypnotic motion of the viewers and the people pushing them. 

Track is co-produced by Entre Cour et Jardins and originally commissioned by home live art and Wandsworth Council Arts Team for The Shimmy.

“A chance to embrace a vivid re-orientation, to look up and wonder at our earth-bound clumsiness.”

Louise Gray

For more information on this project download the touring pack or contact Mark Godber at

Date Title Venue City
17–18 September 2016 Track Festival of Thrift Redcar
28–31 July 2016 Track WOMAD Festival, Charlton Park Wiltshire
16–18 October 2015 Track Giardini Pubblici Cagliari
3–4 July 2015 Track Winchester Hat Fair Winchester
8–12 July 2014 Track Festival de la Cité Lausanne
6 July 2014 Track Domaine de Chamarande Chamarande
26 June 2014 Track Perforacije Festival Zagreb
31 May – 1 June 2014 Track Serralves em Festa Porto
23–24 May 2014 Track Imaginarius Festival Santa Maria de Feira
5–7 July 2013 Track Les Tombées de la Nuit Rennes
25 May – 8 June 2013 Track Parc Jean-Jacques Rousseau Ermenonville
7 October 2012 Track Forêt Régionale d'Etréchy
31 March – 1 April 2012 Track Fierce Festival Birmingham
17–18 September 2011 Track Fast / Festival Internazionale della Creazione Contemporanea Terni
6–7 August 2011 Track Lyveden New Bield Oundle
24–26 June 2011 Track Theatre de la Cité Internationale Paris
Photo by Graeme Miller