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Strolling seems to have gone out of style. Hiking, pilgrimage, walking, jogging – these are today’s favoured types of movement. A „promenade“ seems aimless and useless, but the purpose is located in the stroll itself. From an aesthetic and creative point of view, I think its inherent properties allow a unique form of perception. Strolling far from time or performance pressure allows one to see details that otherwise would be hidden. Inconspicuous things could become sensations, constants could constantly change. If you are strolling properly, every promenade seems to be different – even if the path is the same.