Introducing ‘walking scores’

Over the last few years, several artists and academics have started to use the term ‘walking score’ to describe a set list of tasks, facilitating an exploration, in whatever setting. A walking score is, in essence, a curated dérive, as we know it over here, with the difference that it can be started at any time. And, by implication, each individual task is not bound by a certain start- and end-time.

As of today, we are introducing walking scores into Dérive app.

At the moment, walking scores are connected to a group, and only group admins and editors can create scores. All members of the group can ‘play’ a walking score.
A score is a set collection of tasks, with each task being ‘set’ for a certain amount of time. When all tasks have been walked through, or played, the walking score ends.

As with regular dérives, players can leave notes and images.

What is Dérive app

Dérive app gets you lost in your city and lets you share that experience with others. Build your own task cards and invite others to play with you.

Workshop: Beat a Situationist. At his own game.

On September 25, together with walk · listen · create, Cona, and Pro Arts, we are hosting a full day hybrid workshop called Beat a Situationist. At his own Game.