Art empowers people 

Her objective is to gather people who will actively “produce” art and convert the audience into art-makers, rather than having them as still observants. 
She gathers people that generally do not make art and organizes them into small creative groups under the objective to produce works (like in c-groups and art-alliences). The idea here is that THE PEOPLE MAKE THE WORK and THE AUDIENCE BECOMES THE CREATORS. This role-shift makes everyone a challenger and promotes equality and individual empowerment within the group. 
Art-for-no Audience is a form of art in which the audience becomes the creators and (to an extent) the artists becomes the audience. It questions how is art produced nowadays, who can create art, where and the function of the artist. 
The function of the artist is no longer about individual expression, but an intelectual who can provide with collaborative art and pulls people together to interact into the art setting. The function of the artist is such, that faciliates new designs for group organization.

It runs down to question of empowering actions in the public spaces through real-time interactions of art and people.

Art deals with people and their interactions

The freedom and the structure within which one will treat the situation depends on the decisions taken within the creative group. The underlining purpose is to realize the capacity of art to involve us and rethink our relationship to the world and the others around us.
The works are based on initial recipe, carefully preconceived, but "are allowed" to change within real-time interactions according to the  intentions of the individual participants. This depends on their willingness to step-in more aggressively on their own suggestions and modify situations, by taking into account the moral aspect of their actions within the group, i.e. how they affect their collaborators and world as a whole.
The group involves the 'empowered' believing in their own capabilities and the potential of the art work to act as a dynamic concept(constant yet flexible). This relates to both, exploring questions intrinsic to art and the capacity of art to involve us in communication spaces created through art. Questions here relate to the fundamental issues, such as, what is art? how is it made? and how it must look?, how can it be organized effectively? 
The breaking down of those concepts occurs in order to replace the old association of art with aesthetics and make people-specific structure- designs based on equality relationships. The old aesthetics order  separates people in hierachy according to discriminatory judgements of 'what is better' or 'worse', within the battle of 'quality' versus 'equality'. 

The Breaking of a Hole into a Wall to Get the Action of Breaking The Hole into a Wall is such a project which touches upon the aforementioned issues.