I have noticed aspects of human life that spill out into public spaces. Buildings are rigidly constructed to keep people in certain spaces, but inevitably, human life pours through the cracks and spills over into neighbors or common grounds. There becomes a battle between human growth and living and the confines of structural space. Like plants growing through the cracks in the concrete, people do this with the boundaries they are given. In a city, people are anonymous in their own spaces, but the spilling out connects people by making inner lives public. There are certain housing projects that restrict use of balconies and other types of public spaces, so this continues the battle between built structures and human life, suppressing the “spilling over” that would otherwise happen.