The tech boom in San Francisco, along with the 2016 elections, left a lasting mark on the city. Long-time residents increasingly pushed to the margins. Its population and skyline are changing at an alarming rate. The anxiety and disenfranchisement felt is manifested on the city’s walls—where people’s divisions are made clear. The city long regarded for its vibrancy and inclusion appears increasingly broken.
And then one day, as quickly as it started, it all just stopped. As if there was no more to say.