Neo-futuristic Walks is a series of “walkable” city inspections that shape a community of neo-futurists to collectively re-imagine new ways of urban coexistence. Through the act of walking, neo-futurists explore the primal bodily experience’s role in unfolding new relationships in and with urban environments. They employ context-sensitive speculative scenarios to live in constant preparations for the inescapable urban futures. Neo-futurists see the cities as huge lively ecosystems where every individual’s well-being is interdependent.
The Neo-futuristic Walks project was initiated at the end of 2020 by two spatial designers, Aušra Česnauskytė and Goda Verikaitė. In 2021, the project as a performative tour was presented in London (UK) and in Vilnius (LT). In 2022, Neo-futuristic Walks as a series of walkshops travelled to Utrecht (NL), Kaunas (LT), Brussels (BE), Amsterdam (NL) and Vilnius (LT) . In 2023, neo-futurists have already visited The Hague (NL) and New York (US) and currently they are working on the new project phase, called Wetlands.