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.
For our Walkshop, Jason Sturgill and I met downtown and strolled across the Hawthorne Bridge. We decided we should try to make something with letters or type, and that it have something to do we being present in the moment. At first we thought of writing "be here now", but we thought the word "this" would provoke people to be here now. We also found the bundle of sticks nearby for an exclamation point [already bundles] and so in a way we have collaborated with someone we've never met.