The intervention was focussed on the dismantling stage of the Info Box (Architects Schneider+Schuhmacher) which served during the urban development at Westhafen 2001 as an information office. Ilona Ruegg interrupted the deconstruction and transport process by diverting it. The Info Box was stripped and divided up into its component parts as planned. The dismantled red sections of the façade were stacked on one of the numerous low-loader trucks which were used to remove the materials from the site. This is where the deviation from the planned process began: the various stacks were arranged on a bed of light which consisted of a number of lamps of the type used in the Info Box. The truck was diverted from its original route and brought to a halt in Frankfurt city center between the Messe district and the railway station. On this temporary transit site the lamps, powered by a generator, shone from 11:00 until 23:00. Afterwards the low loader continued on its way to its original destination.