Places changed in the last weeks and proofed that some of them are stages rather than fields. Focusing on looking nice being empty or desperate without a task, all sorts of physical places, other than the ones we now know all too well, might act only as imagery for things we cannot reach. Especially, cannot reach collectively. How places look and how they sound, good, desperate or whatever, they do it just for and by themselves. If we happen to encounter a place, which happens to be a rare exception, we may learn a lot about them and eventually see and hear them differently. But nowadays something is missing in this experience of spatial encounter, namely somebody to share those experiences with. For that reason, we perform Places. It’s the closest we can get.