What are you up to? Who are you? What do you miss? What do you want? [...] A few of the possible set of questions that prompters will ask you. Then, your responses are transcribed onto large blackboards. The aim of this participatory project is to solicit and register a broad sense of ‘travel’. With continuous prying, the prompters encourage responses that are based on life experience, interpersonal relationships as well as the specifics of being ‘here’ and ‘there’.
After seeing a post on Likecool about gum stuck to the walls of Post Alley, under Pike Place Market in Seattle, I did a little research and found that the human urge to stick absolutely massive quantities of gum to stuff is not unique to Seattle.First stop: Post Alley, Seattle.
Next stop: The Gum Tree at Ball State University Next stop: Bubblegum Alley in San Luis Obispo, CA
Next stop: Penny Tree near the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. … and if don’t yet have the heebie jeebies yet, there’s always the Gum Stuck on Stuff Flickr Pool.