The work is concerned with group sourced material of a directed theme, participants cares, worries and woes are chalked up on the black board, shared with the environment and wiped away as a new trouble replaces it. In providing the opportunity to air and share anxieties, there could be some relief in knowing a problem is being positively thought about by a group of strangers. As the text is wiped away the chalk dust is carried on the wind, dissipating the trouble as it’s blown away. The collective of consecutive worries will be edited together into an animated poem. The work formed part of the Whitstable Biennale curated events by invitation from the Collaborative Research Group who housed #goingconcern at the festival hub. Thanks to Charley Vine, Aine Belton and Lousia Love. The work also took place as part of an event by Francesca Flowers.