On Friday, September 17, I joined artist Ann Morton during her inter-active site-specific project on National Parking Day. Ann set up a couch in a parking space in downtown Phoenix and at 6 a.m. began crocheting a textile made from yellow caution tape that will eventually cover the parking space. I was only able to join her for about an hour and a half knitting a little sweater as we interacted with people on the street. It was a perfect venue for public interaction and dialogue. Upon searching for a placement location for the sweater, I was attracted to the Arizona state flag sign that demarcates a point of interest. Talk about the perfect place to place a sweater! Making homeless issues a point of interest is not what the department of tourism probably had in mind, but Phoenix has been especially hard hit by the housing crisis, so in a way, it’s only stating the obvious.