The simplest meaning of the word ‘go’ is to move from one place to another. However, ‘go’ is also a name of an old board game for two players. The purpose of Go is to surround as much territory as possible and capture the opponent’s stones. I took this encircling strategy not to control, but to explore, observe, experience and be challenged by the city.
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