This chapter examines the "making and doing" activities that participants contribute voluntarily to produce social movement events, which in turn bind them into social networks focused around the sites of social interaction through an actor-network analysis. It explores what participants are actually doing and making in and for these temporary sites of interaction, and how the connections across these sites construct an invisible civil society. The invisible civil society is involved with a broad range of political and social issues, but it is characteristic of the New Left to draw connections between different issues and to view them as interrelated parts of a distinctive shared worldview. Consequently, the demo is one of the few activities of the invisible civil society that penetrates public space and thus makes itself visible to mainstream society. The traces from some shukai and demo also lead to more specialized and stable sites that serve as mediators and collectors for many groups.