The Real State Advertising Display (SPLAC!) was an event created among art collectives meant to denounce real estate speculation by appropriating and intervening in the real state advertising boards displayed on the urban landscape during the weekends. In collaboration with Cia. das Cachorras, BijaRi transformed a set of advertising boards into a temporary urban shelter, installing it at Doutor Arnaldo Avenue, in São Paulo. The intervention aimed to relate to the lack of housing programs and policies in contrast with the provisioning of urban space for advertising expensive private housing.