For three weeks in May, denizens around 18th and Main weren't imagining the occasional rooster crow echoing through the Crossroads District's industrial/artistic landscape. The cock, named Bobby Du Soul, was part of a Telephone Booth exhibition by Jessica Johnson, a land surveyor and artist. Bobby ruled the 90-square-foot gallery space and the plots of sod Johnson kept watered in the storefront and on the sidewalk. "I liked the idea of having a rooster in there with my artwork," Johnson explains. Bobby was the second rooster Johnson retrieved from a Harrisonville farm. The first, named Alabama, jumped from a fourth-story studio balcony in the West Bottoms and ran for freedom. After the exhibition, Johnson released Bobby near where the Missouri and Kansas rivers come together.