Zoe Walker & Neil Bromwich

28 November – 6 December 2009

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Artists Zoe Walker and Neil Bromwich developed The Bank of Reason to map the ecological and economical diversity of the centre square-mile of Edinburgh through tailored walks delivered by an ecologist and economist. This project was part of the Square Mile artist residency programme.

Participants were invited to join the walks and then be involved in discussions afterwards. Documentation from this was then deposited in The Bank of Reason. The walks were central to generating ideas for the discussion which were around alternative value systems and search for a happier marriage between economy and ecology.

Zoe and Neil developed the walks with Ecologist Sam Harrison from Open Ground and economist Bob Morris from Edinburgh University. Contributors to the walks were Kathy Bell from RBGE, Josiah Lockhart from Greyfriars Community Project, Julie Logan from SOOT, Julian Warman from the Scottish Wildlife Trust, Sam Rascombe from the Lothian Conservation Volunteers, Dereick Rushton from Engine Shed and Marie Duguld from The Melting Pot.

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