In the humanities, knowledge about the performativity of the everyday, the institutional, the social, the urban, the political, etcetera, is expanding. Combined with performative art practices, this knowledge can be used to build hypotheses for experimental interventions and further practical exploration. The agenda of this kind of experimentation is often twofold: On the one hand, knowledge from the humanities is tested in different fields. Thereby, it is questioned and augmented from the perspective of cultural practice. On the other hand, practice triggers questions about how the knowledge produced by the humanities can actually be used for transformative change.