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March 05, 2005

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And looking forward to the more to follow.

Thanks.

"If unsupported by a narrative of who did the movement, and where they did it, they loose meaning."

I don't believe that they could ever have a tight or specific meaning.

In "City of Glass", a novel by Paul Auster, a detective follows somebody around NYC in what seems to be random wandering, but it turns out that his walks trace out letters, which spell out words.

Richard Long is a fantastic comparison here, an artist who generates pieces out of rules for walking.

Long's own site: http://www.richardlong.org/textworks/textworks.html
A post on my site drawing inspiration from Long for a walking-as-design exercise:
http://www.heyotwell.com/heyblog/archives/2004/10/walking_in_amst_1.html

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