Pedestrian Service Exquisite (PSE) presented an afternoon of urban safari featuring performance, action, and revelry on May Day, Sunday, May 1, 2011. Tours, interventions and participatory site-specific works celebrated regeneration, sustainability and notions of creating anew! New Public Sites – Drifting Monument consisted of 15-minute tours that explored some of downtown’s invisible sites and overlooked features. Participants were invited to fill up a wheelbarrow with symbolic litter, discrete mementos, entertaining debris and anything else deemed valuable. At the end of the tour, the drifting collection was deposited around a monument of labor and place.

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