The Nonument Group’s approach and method is dissecting the memory and context of a specific Nonument and creating a Gesamkunstwerk (total artwork) action. By staging artistic interventions, the collective calls attention to the importance of public spaces and the issues caused by nonsustainable management of architectural heritage. The Nonument Group’s first intervention took place in the US, when a Designated Free Speech Zone and one of few public spaces in downtown Baltimore, the Brutalist McKeldin Fountain, was earmarked for demolition. After the fountain’s demolition, the group continued their work and developed an award-winning Augmented Reality app, a virtual memorial to the lost fountain. In 2019, three new interventions are scheduled to take place in Slovenia, Bulgaria and Cyprus. The first intervention will take place in May on the site of the former Pioneer Railway in Ljubljana, Slovenia.