Paper and Toy Guns Wash Away is an interactive public art piece that invites participants to be part of the ever-present changes brought about by both natural and man-made circumstances. The work comprise a series of gun-shaped paper sculptures with opposing quotes on different issues embedded within. Participants are given a chance to fight with forces of nature to present the message that they wish to convey. The work plays on how paper dissolves with water, however the source of water can be natural (rain) or man-made (water gun). The artist believes that everyone is an agent of change, a charter of new beginnings and rereading of canonical narratives. In line with the theme of “reinstatement”, she challenges the participants to take ownership of what is being said and written about our time and our generation.