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“ On a dérive one or more persons drop their relations, their work and leisure activities, and all their other usual motives for movement and action, and let themselves be drawn by the attractions of the terrain and the encounters they find there. “

⟩ Guy Debord - Theory of the Dérive, Internationale Situationniste No. 2

Decide on a meeting point to start a walk.  Remove all your usual motivations for taking a walk, and replace them with the simple act of drifting through an urban or rural landscape. Each person writes on a small piece of paper 5 to 7 random points/ locations in the city. Fold all papers and shuffle them. Together, select randomly 15 papers. List the chosen locations on one piece of paper. Make a simple sketch of these locations and draw lines between each to join them up. Start your walk and try to reach all these reference locations. Make a gesture individually or as a group every time you reach a location.