“Many people nowadays live in a series of interiors...disconnected from each other. On foot everything stays connected, for while walking one occupies the spaces between those interiors in the same way one occupies those interiors. One lives in the whole world rather than in interiors built up against it.”

Rebecca Solnit, Wanderlust: A History of Walking

In August 2016 Joanna Kischka walked almost the entire public space of Vaasa, Finland. In this performative act she exposed herself to this foreign space on daily new routes. She tried to approach the place by grasping, occupying it. She drew routes through the place and the place left signs in her. Images, which represent a excerptive approach to the foreign.