In the URBAN FOOD & DESIGN exhibition, the designer Magdalena Mojsiejuk and the photographer Alicja Lesia combine two areas that really aren’t so different: gardening and sport. What if we understood gardening ('Gärtnern' in Austria and 'Garteln' in Southern Germany) more as a sport than as a hobby, passion, or, even, tiresome obligation? The project initiators pose this question against the background of the fact that society sets greater store by physical fitness than by hard, physical work. On top of this, the pandemic crisis is forcing us to reimagine all that is allegedly self-evident. And this also includes our relationship with food and with its origins and methods of production. In the exhibition in the Festival Headquarters, the project #GARDENFIT featured a range of gardening tools that are fitted with weights. The stylish, bright orange tools encouraged festival visitors to consider how we can combine sustainable food production, the appropriation and greening of public space, and a love of moving in the fresh air. And, quite incidentally, one also learned how many calories we can actually burn when we are weeding.