In 2010, I was invited to be a part of the New York City perfomance festival Art In Odd places. I decided to do a public work that questioned random New Yorkers about there social class as well as their attitudes towards a socialist revision of the United States. To convey the friendly face of this uprising, I created Che Guebeara, a cute socialist revolutionary with an AK47. Then with some help from friends, we went and asked random strangers to fill out our questionaire, asking the participants social class, and whether or not they supported the Teddy Bear Market Uprising. The results were translated into a series of drawings, color coded to depict the social class of the participants, and arranged on the wall on the left if they supported the uprising, and on the right if opposed.