At some point I realized my problem was I had no time to make art. Also, I had almost no money. A tiny voice in my intuition told me that it was up to me to make art despite these obstacles. The result is a series of collaborations I call Walkshops. Each Walkshop starts when one or more people start walking around and it ends when they have interacted or intervened in thier surroundings in some way. A photo is then taken to document the process.
Adam Moser and I decided to do a Walkshop in the rain. Soon we decided to try doing our project with dry areas. We couldn't think of things to do in these areas other than stay dry. So we decided to document all the dry areas we used on our way. The result is a series of interesting photographs.
The last group of photos courtesy Adam Moser, all rights reserved.