Products when abandoned in a public space, restore their identity by stretching their ownership status from belonging to every-one and no-one at the same time. This suspension provokes yet another question in regard to the autorship of the order of so called public realm. Trash, left-overs and general traces of consumption scattered rather unitentionally, when looked at from a distance, might occur as a patchwork revealing patterns of our habits
just as much as existensional idiosyncracies. Pacifiers, combs, clothes, hats, and other replacables randomly occupying public zones, can be as well read as yet to come archeological findings. Coming across and systematically documenting these material and symbolic components of the here and now, opens up a field for future studies over the material culture and patterns woven by its actors.