The history of the future can not be predestined. In reference to Rainer M. Rilke's "The won-back heart is richest", our exploratory walks are followed by cinematic and photographic series, sometimes text sequences or even poems. It's a matter of embarking on something unusual, as free as possible of objectives and (pre-)judgements.
Keep the perspective open
In essence, the exploratory walks are a way to get the view clear. Through the use of cultural specifications of interpretive patterns, our perspective is often pre-defined, so that we hardly have the distance to abolish restrictions on our own experience. Art can open up new paths by acting without interfering or hurting in dealing with the unknown or the strange. New perceptions and ways of re-thinking history open up.