The paper examines the (re)production of spatial difference in Graz, especially on the right side of the Mur, the socially unprivileged ?other? side of Graz. The focus lies in the interaction of space constitution including questions of visibility and invisibility and the associated power structures. Since the nineties, the right side of the Mur has been the aim of efforts of spatial transformation, especially of gentrification. The Nonstop-Kino Graz, as a paradigmatic place (of the special mode) of the space constitution of the right side of the Mur, is the center of the paper. Since the turn of the millenium, an event undertaking developed in the porn cinema, allowing the porn screening and the events to run in parallel today. While at day, the movie theater is darkened to prevent gazes at the body, at night, the auditorium is part of the parties and concerts. By means of participant observation and interviews with the operator, DJs and visitors, the particular interlacement of the cinema with the spatial transformation of the right side of the Mur is highlighted. Thus a new interest in the ?other? side of Graz can be asserted - town development programs, real estate investitions and art projects rise the attention to the right side of the Mur. In the nonstop cinema, this new interest is expressed in the form of an interest in the ?forbidden? spaces of the ?other? sexuality of porn cinema visitors. Certain ?qualities? of space are made visible, put into new contexts and therefore become a cultural and finally also an economic surplus value. The paper examines this antagonistic relationship of the liberating breaking of a taboo and economic interest in the ?other?.