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SALT LAKE CITY -- A different kind of art display made its way through Salt Lake Thursday and ended up at the State Capitol.
More than 100 "performers," dressed in white, walked through various parts of Salt Lake, and eventually convened on the Capitol steps.
There, they continued to walk up and down for 12 hours, then dispersed back into the city never speaking a word.
Creators of the piece hoped to create individual reflections on the theme of waiting.