and then interview yourself about it. write a manifesto, share it with others. make it real. write work in support of the movement.
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Get a box of chalk and travel to an area with a lot of pavement and sidewalks. Use the chalk to alter the naturally occurring cracks in the pavement. The fact that the weather will destroy your work can free you from worrying about archival materials and formality. The novel environment enables you to be open to new processes and perhaps increased creativity.
-Straight lines, curved lines, contiguous lines, broken lines, etc.
Leaving the environment you are comfortable in creates a sense of disequilibrium and opens you up to learning new things, see Outdoor Leadership: Theory and Practice By Bruce Martin, Christine Cashel, Mark Wagstaff, Mary Breunig