"At the 2004 Transmediale festival in Berlin, a locative media project titled .walk (dot-walk) received an honorable mention in the prestigious festival's Software Award. Developed by Utrecht-based arts collective Social Fiction, .walk combined computer code and 'psychogeographic' urban exploration. Participants of .walk left the doors of the gallery to follow a randomly generated path through the city, thereby, according to Social Fiction, 'calculating' the city as though it were a 'peripatetic computer.' The success of this simple project is representative of a larger event taking place in the media art world, in which, having left behind net art, locative media escaped the bounds of the screen to enter the city at large."
- Marc Tuters and Kazys Varnelis, 'Beyond Locative Media', networkedpublics.org, 21 Jan 2006.