Transit Space is a piece about the space between the spaces we are in, emotionally and physically. We are in constant motion, in constant shift, the same way skateboarders are.
Skateboarders are always in "transit." They are always looking ahead of themselves, skating on a ramp, staircase, railing or other intriguing structure.
Skateboarders are not disturbing the peace. They are more at peace with themselves. When they skate, they are free. Free because they are not worrying about danger or fear. They are in one with their board. They skate to escape.
If skateboarders always worried about falling, they would never be able to go forward. We should be dealing with our life the same way the skateboarders deal with theirs...feeling free.
Transit Space is also a piece that touches on the idea that you don't need anybody to tell you where to go or what to do. You don't need a map to figure out where to go. You can create your own map to figure out your future, your destiny. Everything you need is inside you. You are your own map. Your body is your map.
Skateboarders don't need a map to move from place to place. They move with conviction and commitment, as if they knew already where they are going. Skateboarders use our architecture as their own land. They move through the landscape of our cities like birds in migration. They move in a chaos formation yet are very aware of one another. Like birds in the sky flying by rapidly, creating incredible acrobatic moves, they look elegant and peaceful.