A worker contracted through an advertising company specializing in human directional services (i.e., sign-twirlers) spins a sign bearing the logo of the advertising company on one side and the artists’ logo on the other. The advertising company is paid $25 per hour, of which the worker receives $9.25 per hour.
A worker contracted by the artists in the parking lot of Home Depot in downtown Los Angeles is paid $9.25 per hour to fabricate a sign and hold it over his body for the duration of the performance. The sign contains this score.
A wall separates them.