This project began with the documentation of public reaction to unexpected behavior in privately owned public spaces. A considerable amount of our time is spent in those types of locations where conduct is regimented. This has become especially noticeable due to the current practice of reining in public expression. Fear of non-conformity has made uncommon behaviors virtually impermissible. Therefore I decided to experiment, by performing an action that was out of place, but clearly non-confrontational. The settings chosen are not only privately owned public spaces, but were also points of transition. There is little sense of personal space or comfort in any of the locations. People are meant to pass through them without much engagement or interaction. When not dismissed as absurd, my actions were responded to with anger; re-emphasizing the fact that public behavior has become highly restricted.