Remember what they did, a name that does not leave too much room for interpretation, indeed a real invitation to vote consciously for the new President of the United States of America.
The art project curated by Robin Bell, Scott Goodstein, and Artists United for Change, a political action committee registered with the Federal Election Commission, transforms the worst affirmations of political leaders such as Senator Lindsey Graham and President Donald Trump into posters and objects with which to wallpaper cities.
The phrases chosen by the artists involved are the ones that have most divided and upset public opinion, from “When the looting starts the shooting starts” to “Even if the world goes to hell and a handbasket, I won’t lose a penny.” both pronounced by the current American President.
The site dedicated to the initiative has several sections that actively involve American voters, the only ones who can participate, both to finance posters and billboards to be displayed in as many cities and neighborhoods as possible, and to register to vote.
In the pages dedicated to artists and artwork, on the other hand, it is possible to find videos showing the context in which the incriminated political leaders pronounced the sentences of which they are authors and supporters.
A project, which although it cannot fully involve us, is useful to awaken all dormant consciences and to fight against those who do not believe in science, facts, and fundamental human rights.