Walking is In(di)visible
The ‘Walking is In(di)visible’ project began in late 2008 with an initial walking study that moved through public space in a remixed sensory field—a gesture we referred to at the time as ‘gait surfing’. We were attempting to consider issues of surveillance and control through movement and reconfigured writing practices. It turned out we were also intuiting many other questions that would be of concern to us, such as nonrepresentation, relation, ethics and more. Each of the sixteen artworks produced during that time fed forward and folded back in a continuity of probing the initial concern expressed with the gait surf. Dossier: CLOSED.