Publicness is a core value of urban life. The public life of Athens in the classical era was not only the most important element of the city-state civilization, but was also regarded as the basic condition for human beings. The publicness in Arendt’s ancient Greek civilization and the publicness of Habermas’s mass media in modern society have one thing in common, which is that public life is based on the exchange of speech and words. The mobile network combines the material and virtual dimensions of space, and the “body” is the interface between the two. People equipped with mobile terminals while walking in physical space are simultaneously living in the virtual space — the body becomes the interface between the virtual and physical space. The mediated–embodied right to the city in the era of Geomedia has given the city’s publicness a new connotation. In urban life, the action of occupying public space has long been a symbol.