The walk replaced the zoom-in function of a photo lens by going from the original point of view to the center of the captured image. At the target point (which happened to be a warning sign), the originally seen image was attached as a photo. In this way, the starting point and the point of destination met in the same image, just as an experience when setting up of lenses: being able to take several viewing positions in the same time without changing one’s own geographical position.
Art Walk is a genre which no product creates, but a unique individual experience. An adequate representation of such experience is only conditionally possible. Photography is a medium that traditionally represents an individual experience. Zoom-in Walk is a project that reflects the interaction of a walk with the camera documenting it. Therefore, this installation is not an after-the-fact documentation of a walk, but an authentic form that represents a progression from the first image to the last one.