I used to do a lot of art in public places, like on abandoned buildings or under freeways. I love street art because you’re sharing it with the whole world. Lately I’ve been more focused on work done in the studio, but sometimes if I really get the itch to go back to the street I will grab some paints and head out at night. You have to play it smooth. Otherwise you can get in a lot of trouble with cops and stuff. I’ve been lucky so far. I met Rizal (Tandjung) through Memet and Heru from Dub Youth (Jogja-based drum and base duo). Rizal is really passionate about art and supporting young artists in Indonesia, so we hatched a plan to hold an exhibition at the Hurley Space in Bali. I was really happy about how it all came out.