A Protest Machine

Imagine walking on the streets of Barcelona,

with a plain carboard box,

no suspicious eyes on you.

But as you keep walking,

you leave these dog-like QR footprints 

waiting to be scanned.

Not everyone needs to hear,

just the ones that notice the small changes.

These small changes that compound

to make important decisions in our real world.

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a diy skeleton made with mdf to hold the graffiti can at a minimum distance  for the qr code print to be left on the floor

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strategic use of chalk based graffiti to deny "illegality".  It is temporary in nature and rubs off with water