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As an artist, I’m constantly observing what gets labeled as “vandalism,” and how we as a society decide what kind of content it’s okay to barrage ourselves with. I knew I wanted to pick a Monday [night], when traffic to and from the bars would be at an absolute minimum.
The Stranger: What was going through your mind when you were putting up the sign? I had a friend who hauled the ladder for me, and held it so I could climb.
I just had to realize: Up there, dressed in black, on top of a building in the middle of the night, nobody could see me.
Coming away from the scene, looking back at where I had been, I realized I probably wasn’t very visible at all.
There’s far more dangerous corporate graffiti than individual graffiti in this world, so we have quite a bit of space to reclaim. I tried to get Starbucks’s side of the story, but all I got was corporate silence.
I called the Starbucks on East Olive Way directly and left a voicemail.
That’s how you wanted it to be received and remembered, right?
Actually, he said he didn’t even notice the gigantic "FUCK" at first, because of how perfectly the fonts matched.It was also a direct response to a show which is in every way diametrically opposed to our politics and the vision of society we’re organizing to realize.A show which has had a net negative effect on our neighborhood and the city of Portland as a whole.Kurt Cooper: Honestly, because it was quite windy and rainy when I put it up, I wondered whether the sign would survive for anyone to see it.As the day wore on, I knew it made it because people posted about it on Facebook pretty extensively.