Can We Be Here? extends our ongoing dialogue about the right for individuals and groups to occupy public space—at what times, in what locations, in what ways. The installation operates as an interactive program to broadcast different perspectives and gather additional narratives from participants reflecting on their experiences with urban homelessness. We aim to address the greater politics of being-in-space and the affordances that we are allowed by our everyday contexts. By addressing systematic oppression and civic shortcomings through graphic and spatial interruptions, we hope to help shape a continued opportunity for connection and conversation.