Art in public space is a work in long-term loops. An imagined linearity between design and implementation entangles itself in communication and coordination with the many involved. Dealing with requirements and technical difficulties changes the creation. The authorship resigns from the moment of publication and the artwork gains its own dynamic in the process of appropriation by its audience. In the publication, Ingo Vetter moves in circles in relation to his own projects and artworks that once, set into the world, so far have not been completed, have not experienced yet an arriving.