There’s a thin line between art and public defacement, in my opinion. Art belongs in a frame, on a white wall adjacent to an even whiter ceiling with track lighting that floods the room and sucks out any color or emotion. Art should be boring and modestly displayed. What Edina Tokodi is doing is wrong. Why defy hundreds of years of art convention by totally thinking outside of the box? Furthermore, plants should be grown upright by your local municipality and are not to be used for anything but street liners, evenly placed between parking meters and street signs. Mosstika’s latest installment, a blatent defacement of private property, was set up above Brooklyn’s Green Spaces in their urban farm.

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