over the atlantic
flying to the uk
to paraphrase u2
the roofs have no names
(and when i go there?)
if things with no names are taboo
[totem & taboo in the 21st century city of your desires]
and the roofs have no names,
are they taboo?
is that why they are a preferred site for the exchange of graffiti?
a culture of the other, the night in opposition to the day commerce.
stealth and silence, appearing with out the presence of production.
graffiti marks the taboo site, challenging while illuminating the unnamed regions of the city.