A large cloth is spread over all the objects, over all the furniture and equipment of the flat. The cloth reinforced with a supportive coat of glass fibre material.
This measure inevitably changes the usual order of the elements and processes inside one's own home. Consequently, the following measures can take effect: Uncontrolled spreading of peat compost and humus introduce greenery. Lush vegetation spreads uncontrollably in the rooms. Animals are accepted into the flat; the size ratio should be striking and effective: eg. a ram. The water mains is tapped. An unceasing jet of water pours out and spreads, following the contours of the ground.
In principle, all this would happen in any case, brought on by years of negligence, by complete disinterest. Because the occurance of certain combinations of things itself is at least as important as the attitude when encountering these: beyond genereal, so-called strict calculation whose automatism introduces "living" as something that is conceived a priori and strives to have it proceed in this way.
As all objects disappear which had given the individual rooms their names (kitchen, bathroom, lounge, ......) there is now no longer a difference between them. The past of the flat in all its forms and shapes has been sealed; what happens now is the exploitation of the moment. The intrusion of outside demands for the provision for specialized activities (Work) in the flat are now counteracted by spatial appearance and effects.The flat is again ready for occupancy.