The Hermes Walk is an obvious movement performed in a non-obvious manner.
It is a single coherent, extensive, long and open poem — or an original, vital experiment. It is, perhaps, a different type of poem for the early 21st century.
The poem as the contemporary human situation. Both in content and form. The Hermes Walk consists of 395 verbal sequences and an equal number of pauses between them These pauses are essential in the growing, evolving network of meaning-formation, as a live process right before our eyes. They articulate, while advancing, the process. The footstep endures in them, as silent speech.