New Public Sites walks are a way of exploring the history, design, and poetry of place. On these wanders Public Artist Graham Coreil-Allen cultivates pedestrian agency, interprets aspects of the everyday, and investigates the negotiable nature of the built environment. Along the way participants learn how regular people are shaping public spaces to meet their needs and celebrate culture. New Public Sites invites you to practice “radical pedestrianism” – traveling by foot through infinite sites of freedom while testing the limits of and redefining public space.
Below you will find documentation of past walks. Public artist Graham Coreil-Allen continues to use radical walks to inform his public artworks for pedestrian safety and play.