The individual scale in the interplay of physical, psychological, and architectural space can be experienced by the audience through various materials within the dance performance developed for the German Garden by Cologne University of Music and Dance. In interaction with their movements the dancers edit chalkboards and leave behind new forms and drawings through abrasion or touch. The emerging sound of these movements as a resonance of the bodies is consciously perceived in the otherwise busy daily happenings. The performance helps us to understand what each of us can achieve with our own actions or within a group. The performance symbolizes and realizes the involvement of human being in the environment, and thus the necessity to always take care of it. Responsible for the artistic direction is Jan Burkhardt (professor of contemporary dance) and the artist Nicole Wendel. The costumes were sustainably designed and tailored by Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences.