In 2002 the SFPC held a retrospective of our work and a gallery installation at Intersection for the Arts.

We lined the gallery walls with posters and created a three-dimensional model of San Francisco's Mission District. The exhibit became the headquarters of the Mission Antidisplacement Coalition (MAC) and its neighborhood-driven development proposal, The People's Plan.

During the month-long show, the SFPC invited residents into the gallery to learn about The People's Plan, to add to the 3-D model and to encourage a community-based vision for the Mission.