Desert Rituals is an informal ongoing installation, painting, and performative series of desert walks. The practice is full of collaborative non-verbal rituals and art-making activities with friends and strangers in secluded areas in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The rituals include rock placing on the beginning of a trail to mark a completed walk or task, weaving roots on the walls of arroyos together with found objects, impromptu installations of items thrown into the arroyos when flooded, color-coding rocks and found objects, and spray-painting images on broken concrete surfaces.