The dramatically reduced cost of public address, and the dramatically increased size of the population wired together, means that we can now turn massive aggregations of small contributions into things of lasting value.
Their piece, Brides on Tour, had them hitchhiking around the Mediterranean, dressed only in white bridal dresses. The dresses were an emblem of purity, illustrating the commonalities of Mediterranean cultures, despite centuries of ethnic and religious tensions. Hitchhiking was also integral to the message of the piece—as the artists said on their site documenting the project, “Hitchhiking is choosing to have faith in other human beings, and man, like a small god, rewards those who have faith in him.”