In the Scarecrow series, young Black men were polled for anecdotes of racial profiling in Pittsburgh, PA and New Haven, CT. Life-size scarecrows were dressed in clothing sourced from the artist and contributors, and placed in the locations anecdotally described. The series acknowledges and builds on the historic use of scarecrows in popular media to present stereotypic depictions of Black men by re-appropriating the reference as a symbol of Black men's discomfort, alienation, and fears.