Strolling Around Using Color As a Source of Navigation

Example of a person “color walking” Phia Bennin and Brendan Mcmullan decided to initiate an experiment called “color walking.” This idea was found through a blog post about a man named William Burroughs who wanted to ” inspire his students” ( Bennin and Mcmullan par. 2). The experiment is actually pretty simple. You would have to “walk out your door, pick a color that catches your eye, and watch your surroundings pop as you follow the color from object to object” ( Bennin and Mcmullan par. 2). On a Sunday, the authors attempted this experiment starting from the location in lower Manhattan. The first color they initiated with was blue with objects like a scarf, and a basketball court which later led to purple “leopard legs.” The walk ended with the color...
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