By Tena In urban acupuncture According to the author of this movement, Marco Casagrande, Urban acupuncture is the organic ruin of the industrial city - every blade of grass that grew violently on a former factory or abandoned block. Urban acupuncture is turning the city and its industrial ruins into organic, into the chance. Therefore, it threatens the modern understanding of urban planning. Urban acupuncture becomes a place which is on the border of the law or outside of it, which was created from the natural needs and not the needs of the market. Positive social unrest, positive terrorism. The aim of Urban Acupunture is to heal the painful points of the city, by using the local knowledge and recognizing the community as a part of the nature, thus integrating the components of humanity and naturalness in an urban context.