Pedestrian Stories (1-3) began as a singular project consisting of the generation of a short story with images produced in/as a durational performance. The project has now developed into a series come to be called, pedestrian stories. Technically, the project involves mostly writing, within constraints. The constraints of which lend itself towards the performative in that a story is to be produced, outside the confines of the artist’s domain, within twenty-four hours in which time, the immediate environment and surroundings, the internet, the artist’s image archive, and images taken in-situ may become possible players, characters and/or participants in the final production of the piece. Given the twenty-four hour time frame, as a structural apparatus, the series will seek to complete itself in twenty-four stories. For now, there are three and they are here to be read.