The performance was presented at the Tingui Park, in Curitiba, Brazil, in an autumn afternoon. Wearing loose clothes and five pieces of rope, I walk into an area of the park where predominantly the native pine tree Araucaria grows. I tie the ropes to the end of my legs and start to put branches and leaves of this tree into my pants. Once my clothes are filled, I tie the ropes to the end of my arms and around my waistline and throw more leaves and branches into my blouse collar.
I walk with leaves and branches between my clothes and my body in the direction of another area of the park. After walking four hundred meters, I reach an area that has only native exotic maple trees. Under those trees, I untie the ropes and start taking out the leaves and branches from the Araucaria trees, mixing them with the native exotic leaves on the ground. After this I tie the ropes again to my belly and ankles and start filling the clothes with leafs from the native plants. After having filled all my clothes, I walk to the area of the park that has only the Araucarias, untie the ropes and begin mixing the exotic leaves with the Araucaria leaves and branches, ending the performance.