This chapter explores the issue of “spatial transformation” through photographs of various places in Berlin, Korea, and China, in which very different cultural ideas of urban space can be found. The shift from living urban spaces to empty stages, where the city appears to be nothing more than a backdrop, was not solely caused by the lockdown during the corona outbreak in spring 2020. Objects and perspectives link the pictures and form a new visual texture. The absence of captions frees the viewers from a purely content-based classification of the images, transforming them into travelers between the spaces. Single images become interrupted, only to be continued when flipping to the next page.