On top of the highest hill, in a place from which not only the entire park, but also a considerable part of the surrounding Ołbin housing estate is visible, a dais was assembled – which made it even higher. The platform had an unusual, semi-circular shape, and there was a kind of a ramp leading to it, as if designed for people on wheelchairs. Everybody could take the floor in a public debate and say or shout out some urgent opinion (which was made just a little difficult by a sort of mechanical noise coming out from time to time from the rostrum). The platform became both a table and a seat for groups of teenagers who visited the park after 10 p.m. to drink beer. It was also partially dismantled – somebody was sensible enough to reclaim some of the materials used to build it.
photo: Peter Kreibich