From a hunter’s observation point in the middle of Korzo Zoran Pavelić calls the names of persons the Museum usually invites to its exhibition openings. In that way we want to draw the attention of the “called” potential museum visitors to the importance of their participation in the museum’s becoming. The hunter’s observation point serves as a connection of two disparate notions – the natural and the urban ambience – but also reminds of a hunter’s “preying”, in this case the museum visitors. (Z. Pavelić) The artist’s intervention is a witty comment on the visibility of artists in the stream of everyday life, as well as on the institutional rhetoric, in this case contained in a call for “neighbourhood resuscitation”. Next to formal inspection, there is a (utopian) cry for gathering, for communication beyond elitism, boundaries and parentheses.