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 their surroundings in some way. A photo is then taken to document the process.
Michael Rakowitz and I walked around near PSU for our Walkshop. We found a binder underneath some stairs heading up the west hills. In the binder was a phone number. We called the number and talked to someone in Alaska. There were also interesting phrases written in it.