OX has been producing work on the streets of Paris for over thirty years. Attempting to destabilise and redirect the visuality of the city, to create a “playful dialogue” and “discrepancy that attracts our attention”, his map follows that endeavour exactly: Parodying the shapes and colours of the official graffiti of the contemporary street, OX’s work re-presents this aesthetic in his typically playful manner, reclaiming their authority and underlining their symmetricality and reversibility – just as can be seen in his personal moniker itself.