In summer 2006 we embarked on a quest for the Perfect Location in Copenhagen. We explored Christiania and Tivoli, the Freetown and the amusement park. Both are secluded areas with entrances and exits to the outside world and have established their own rules and aesthetics. Thus they match the definition of heterotopia, and like a hollow Earth or a negative form, hold inside what has no place outside. Non-identical twins, both reflect the desire for the other within a homogenous society. Both are based on the pleasure principle. Whereas Christiania is commonly associated with drugs, darkness and untidiness, Tivoli is filled with colors and lights. In the park every flower and lamp, every duck and carp play their role in an overall production.