Walk Walk Dance

Enchanting the post-COVID city

Walking makes you happy; dancing makes you happier. 

Walk Walk Dance is a series of interactive music-making lines, changing the way we walk (or wait in a line) into a street party. 

Play with physical distancing rules, one, two, three steps at a time. Because every city should have a dancing strategy.

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Lines can be made of paint, chalk or adhesive, and don’t feature any technology. Different colors represent sets of instruments and invite people to dance with the music they triggered. 

A modular system connects a series of protecting cases with sensors and speakers, spaced by flower beds.

This is the best time ever to think of a walkable city.

Wouter Vanstiphout, Quoted from The Guardian "Smart lifts, lonely workers, no towers or tourists: architecture after coronavirus" April 13, 2020

Photo Victorine Yok-Thot Sentilhes

Interactive Principles

Stepping on a single line triggers notes that play either

  • once (Stimulates moving, traversing, re-triggering)
  • or on a loop (Encourages stopping, keeping one foot on a line)

Photo Victorine Yok-Thot Sentilhes


  • Touchless
  • 6 feet between play sections
  • Design adapts easily to slope variations
  • All tech components are in a protective case / flower bed
  • Lines are made with paint, chalk, or adhesive

Photo Victorine Yok-Thot Sentilhes

Awards and Recognitions

  • Hub Montreal International Outreach Grand Prize


    • This project is an original artwork by Daily tous les jours
    • with the support of the SODEC
  • Creative Direction
    • Mouna Andraos
    • Melissa Mongiat
  • Production
    • Stu Wershof
  • Creative Team
    • Michael Baker
    • Anne Ouellette
    • Rebecca Taylor
    • Pierre Thirion
  • Technological Direction
    • Eva Schindling
  • Technical Direction
    • Éric Villeneuve
  • Video
    • Victorine Yok-Thot Sentilhes
  • Powered with the help of
    • Arduino
  • Thank you
    • Daily’s team: Cécile, Hugo, Juliette, Justine, Noémie. Antoine T-C.
    • SODEC

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