Caption: Camera on head, Laura Milkins walks across Tucson, AZ, Credit: Tom Willette
Image by: Tom Willette 
Camera on head, Laura Milkins walks across Tucson, AZ 

Walking Home: An Interview with Laura Milkins

From: Aengus Anderson
Length: 04:50

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Laura Milkins is walking from Tucson, Arizona to Grand Rapids, Michigan—with a streaming webcam attached to her head. Milkins is a performance artist and her 2,000 mile trek is more than a walk, it is a project about community in America. Walking with strangers, staying with locals, and listening to stories, Milkins intends to explore physical communities, virtual communities, and the places they intersect. Read the full description.

Walking_home_small Laura Milkins is walking from Tucson, Arizona to Grand Rapids, Michigan—with a streaming webcam attached to her head. Milkins is a performance artist and her 2,000 mile trek is more than a walk, it is a project about community in America. Walking with strangers, staying with locals, and listening to stories, Milkins intends to explore physical communities, virtual communities, and the places they intersect.

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Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
Walk On Neil Young Decade (Disc 2). Reprise 2005 02:41

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