The practice of ‘walking’ can be a way to remember spaces that have drastically transformed in the city ; an act of defiant occupation; a memory of personal experiences, and encounters into lonely, hidden spots in the city. At a time when safe spaces are marked out and surveilled in an “unsafe” climate, the walk could provoke different notions of “safety” and “risk”. Over the years, we have produced walks that interrogate notions of waste, caste and labour, of evictions and the transformation of space in a city, on gender, surveillance and risk and on our thresholds and boundaries in relation to sexual violence.