“Nga Fryn Era?”/ “Which Way Does The Wind Blow?” besides an invitation to play with the windmills, is an urban provocation, a reaction towards the phenomenon of turning the city-transformation in a political battle field. Skenderbeg Square is the emblematic case of a victim of changing its configuration each time the political wing changes. It look like the square is “anxious” to understand in “which way will the wind blow” this time, in order to understand its fate. This is a repeated history in Tirana, in the case of the overpass at Zogu i Zi, of the Piramida building, of the New Boulevard at the ex-Railway Station, and more. The paper windmills that turn according to the wind are the embodiment of the conformism, of the absence of the sense of belonging, and the citizens’ indifference towards public space. On the other hand, it is a reaction towards the lack of the will to involve multiple voices in the decision making processes of the transformation of public space.