Where were you going when you found the art?
To buy a hot dog.
Did you notice anything particular where you found the art?
It was lying on the ground in front of Westword's office, near an indent in the building's fa�ade known as the "urine nook."
What attracted you to the art?
The squareness, the texture, the smearing of paint that, at first glance, resembled colorful diarrhea. These attributes, along with its proximity to the urine nook, made me wonder if the bums had gotten creative. This prompted me to investigate.
What do you do for work?
What will you do with the art?
I carried it with me to get a hot dog, thinking the art might come in useful as a projectile if someone/something were to anger me. Unfortunately, the walk was uneventful. Now it resides in my cubicle.
Do you have/have you ever bought art?
In my apartment hangs a Yummies print that is wheat-pasted to a hunk of particle board. I found it behind a Salvation Army in Thornton.
How does this art make you feel?
After picking up the block, these are the emotions that followed: 1) Inquisitive, 2) happy, 3) slightly happy, 4) annoyed, 5) angry, 6) furious, 7) hungry, 8) confused, 9) sleepy, 10) silly, 11) giddy, 12) itchy, 13) paranoid, 14) horny, 16) resentful 17) proud.
-- Jared Jacang Maher