[untitled] Walk Project (2008-2009)

How can a walk be an a work of art? The [untitled] Walk Project set out to explore that question through a year of playfully constructed walks that explored different ways to make a walk of art. Over two dozen walks were conducted in New York City, including a slow walk down Wall Street, a 100 helium balloon parade, and a drift over the Brooklyn Bridge. In London a group walked, stopped and rolled across the Thames. A lone walker in Tokyo explored trash and chance. The project culminated in a three-week walk from Brooklyn to Washington D.C.

MAY BROOKLYN BRIDGE DÉRIVE JUNE PROSPECT PARK TO GREENWOOD CEMETERY JULY 5TH AVENUE AUGUST SHEA STADIUM TO YANKEE STADIUM SEPTEMBER CHANCE ON BROADWAY OCTOBER WALL STREET SLOW WALK NOVEMBER MACY’S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE ROUTE DECEMBER FAILED WALK JANUARY CLINTON HILL STROLL FEBRUARY UNDERGROUND ROMP MARCH STATEN ISLAND WALK APRIL SURPRISE WALK MAY 14TH STREET WALK JUNE BROOKLYN TO WASHINGTON DC

Tokyo Trash Monster Walk by Ayano Oride 
Brooklyn Bridge Dérive
Walk, Stop, y Roll by Carisa Hope Lynch
Thanksgiving Day Parade 100 Balloon Walk
Brooklyn to Washington DC