“The mobile kiosk makes no promises because the world has too many expectations.” Let one thing be said: The tile manufacturers Karak is associated with the modular free space near its origin west of the Arlberg massif and its preference for the traditional. Both can now be seen in Vienna. Specifically, on Julius-Tandler-Platz. This is where the bizarre intervention invites visitors to beautify the public space with the aid of ornamental stencils and chalk. There are no limits to what can be done so that the square is made as cheerful as it should be – handicraft, ornamentation, inspirational conversation, and music from cassettes included. “The mobile kiosk has made another promise. And Karak has, too. But whatever.” Come in, spend some time, and participate!