Pop X was a 10-day public art exhibition in Ann Arbor's Liberty Plaza, put on by the Ann Arbor Art Center and supported by the city. The stated goal was to enable people of all ages and all demographics, artists and non-artists alike, to have opportunities to learn art skills and work collaboratively with others to make shared community art projects. The real goal, however, was to displace the park’s regular patrons, many of whom were homeless. Azzaro created a portable studio and took each of their portraits on-site and then printed them larger than life, allowing the park's new, temporary visitors to see the humans they were displacing.