The leaflet pile next to #DicktatorDon you see in the photograph shows how to apply for one which is my art practice, that of collaboration, co-creation and interconnectedness.
I was asked to supply a limited edition of #DicktatorDon, my interactive felt, fabric effigy of Trump. The offer came from Sarah Staton and her super cool, SupaStore The premise of #DicktatorDon is that he is not for sale, or at least had not been up to the point at which Sarah approached me. I loved the idea of him being in SupaStore , which artist wouldn't? However, I also wanted to inform people of my art project and continue with it. Sarah Staton was kind enough to hear about my art practice as I explained that #DicktatorDon was not something that I had intended to sell. It was her suggestion that I send the gallery a leaflet that they could print off in the USA, explaining my project, I bore in mind that the USA have different paper sizes and so made the design files in accordance to their requirements. I didn't get confirmation back that they had been able to print the leaflets out but when I next looked on the gallery's blog they had posted a picture of #DicktatorDon with the leaflets sitting next to him. I am Supa grateful to the Supa Sarah and her SupaStore.
For more information about he show look here.