At the same time we lead projects, we become students again, exploring different realities and experiences we would never otherwise have access to. We work with shop owners, maintenance workers, and butchers. We clean. We cut grass. We babysit. We make sandwiches. We make socks. We listen. We become multi-functional art-workers, organizers, caretakers, truck drivers, waitresses, social workers, mediators, cleaners, improvised urbanists and hosts. Our position in relation to the contexts we are working in is always in question. Are we part of the building's maintenance team? Are we a bad entertainment act? Are we the artists? As we strive to understand the different structures that surround us, we become the structures themselves.