In my talk “Interventionen. Produktive Störung und Kommunikationsanlass” at RWTH Aachen (May 13)  I presented my thoughts on walking as means to creatively disturb everyday practices. RWTH is working together with the City of Aachen on a walkability-project and focussing on urban interventions to tackle the associated transformation of public space. Referring to my own research on Walking as Design Research and practical experiences, e.g. with the ongoing project “Paths create Landscapes” in Munich´s Greenbelt, I came up with the recommendation to intervene in the public realm by diverting and instructing walking people and thus point to new ways of appropriating the city as walkscape. (Drawing: Börries v. Detten)