First actions: clean, make a big print, bring furniture.
When a local/national journalist, Ross Barkan, announced he was running for State Senate in my neighborhood (a swing district), I did some research and decided to support him. When he got an office for his campaign, I pitched my idea to be the Artist in Residence in the space and this undertaking became Political Office.
I invited my neighbor and fellow co-founder of Bike SouthBrooklyn, John Tomac, to show his work on the Visiting Artist Wall. I made selections from his extensive body of work and then made large prints, including his New Yorker cover, Liberty's Flameout.