Trash Talk

Tasked with creating public art that caused a double-take, my group decided to create this 2016 election themed piece. Jordan, Michelle and I sourced clips of presidential candidate DT saying heinous things.

We filled a garbage bag with paper and a bluetooth speaker, then placed it around campus and documented reactions of passerbys.

Our public art piece was featured in a Creatives for Humanity project that showcased the work of artists who have something authentic and powerful to say (or draw, or animate, or compose, or perform) about what’s at stake in this election.

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