Cities are examples of how building, destroying, and rebuilding occur over and over again. Such processes can be triggered by crisis and other societal phenomena or actors. How can destruction/removal become an experience to be perceived by others? Urban Evolution answers this question within a performance in public space: we reimagined a quasi-historic process of cycles of rebuilding and demolition that remains invisible unless some sort of signs indicate it. Urban Evolution makes the void perceivable as well as the action that preceded and generated it.