Following on from both Continuously Guiding and Block walk, Double drift's primary concern was the notion of endurance. Walking in pairs, we set out to find the point at which the body is overtaken by exhaustion (physically or psychologically) and can continue no further. We met at a location suitable for both parties, and then walked using the format of a derive/drift (undetermined through prior planning; instinct, 'feeling' and the unknown, over ease, familiarity and spectacle).

Double Drift appropriates a therapeutic tactic used by the Inuit peoples - an Inuit full of angst, rage, or some other undesired emotion, would be sent out, with stick in hand, into the land and would walk in a straight line until the unwanted emotion had subsided. The stick would then be placed at the spot where anger turned to calm, say, and would thus give a visual measurement to this passed anger - we, however, placed our combined will and doggedness in our stick; knowing that it would eventually measure our ability to keep the other suitably entertained and motivated.

The images show parts of the documentation pack given to the walking participant.