"Walking artist" Hamish Fulton talked about his career and his exhibition at Tate Britain, which represents the largest and most ambitious showing of his work to date.



Fulton’s spare, elegant and evocative art is based on his experiences of walking in the landscape. He has covered more than 12,000 miles over the past twenty years, travelling to locations as varied as Japan, Spain, India, Iceland, Montana, the Himalayas and the UK. Photographs, texts, graphics and journals convey his complex and spiritual relationship with nature. Supported by Ricki and Robert Conway.