9 TURNS > ongoing environmental performance, carried out by volunteers. You are welcome to participate.
Do you want to be part of this performance? Please read the following instructions.
Decide if you want to carry out this performance by foot, motorcycle, bike or car.
Make a picture of your starting point.
Start walking, biking or driving.
When you feel like it, make a turn to the left or to the right. Follow this new road. Repeat this exactly nine times. Your journey can last 30 minutes, but it can also last one day.
Make a picture of the location where your journey ended.
Send the 2 pictures, the descriptions
of the locations and the duration of your journey to: email@example.com
HAVE A GREAT JOURNEY! :)
Your results will be
published on this website.
SELECTION OF THE PERFORMANCES
Performer: > Lára Clarke-Wardle (UK)
Duration of the journey: 36 minutes by car
Starting point [ Much Wenlock, Shropshire, UK ]
End [ Wonderland, Darklane Carpark, Telford, UK ]
Performer: > Nino Lomadze (Georgia)
Duration of the journey: 3 minutes by foot
Starting point [ Nino's garden, Tbilisi ]
End [ Nino's garden, Tbilisi ]
Performer: > Tanya Janssen (Belgium)
Duration of the journey: 3,5 hours by car
Starting point [ Via Regia, Maastricht, the Netherlands ]
End [ Kortrijk, near the French border, Belgium ]
Performer: > Brigita, Matvej and an unknown black dog (Montenegro)
Duration of the journey: 2 hours by foot
Starting point [ Djurasevici, Montenegro ]
End [ a monastery, countryside, Montenegro ]
Performer: > Valeria Barbas (Republic of Moldova)
Duration of the journey: unknown
Starting point [ Chisinau, Republic of Moldova ]
End [ Ciorescu, Republic of Moldova ]
This performance is based on a game my father and I used to play when I was a child. He used to drive our family car, and I only had to say "right'".... "left"...! It didn't matter how long our journey would take. Driving around like this we discovered new areas, and later in my life I realized that this game helped me to become a really relaxed and confident traveler: never in my life I have been afraid to choose an unknown path, and I still have the feeling that behind every unknown corner there is something special waiting for me. (MB)