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it could be said that performers want to avoid to claim space in a way that a stage is. they are rather the first ones to use the word public, intervention or discovery  and yet watching a performer discovering

going through something

in that space, one cant stop thinking that this is a massiv ego trip- wanting to be watched,  finding something to show, claiming to be personally related to the site and true

in performance a lot of intents, no matter the trend, mostly have a beautiful, thought provoking konzept

but there is something energetically difficult if one person is singled out from the rest and keeps receiving attention by plan

there is people though who truly and sincerely have something to transmit and they too make their space, make to be seen

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and it makes sense to be exposed to them in return, especially when they are creating a situation

because thats what they are good at,

strong energy, providing circumstance, guiding the moment

it falls and goes with the intensity of the person but if it touches, it touches hard. thats when you go home and you ve actually been out- on a journey, with someone you never met before with someone who you ll never forget.

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tita giese is a german artist with a focus on landscape gardening

apart from taking private commisions she is offering her expertise to cities

concluding in vegetational solutions for unused urban areas within the public sphere

see her work

on her webpage graphics for possible plannings show that some projects remain applications only

since public spaces governed by city townhalls pass ideas off to the impossible.

luckily some have been realised.

bureaucratical effort functions as the main stepping stone when it comes to official realisations within given urbanity

HIAS wonders about the necessity for magnolia, ferngorges and ivy having to ask for permission to be planted.