“The stroll is therefore a chain, a string of pearls with expressive, then again less expressive, but at all times potent passages, which synthesizes our perception.” – Lucius Burckhardt, Promenadologie – Eine neue Wissenschaft. (1998), in: Warum ist Landschaft schön? (2008), p. 329 f.)
The expedition participants were each given a set compass direction. On their own, with just a compass as orientation aid, they took a two-hour walk in that direction. As an act and process of (self-)appropriation, walking opened up poetic and performative potential: To the strollers, walking involved physical, emotional and social aspects that were experienced on the way and documented with the help of different media.