Robin Bell wanted to travel to Japan to escape President Trump. The activist and filmmaker has been busy protesting during the president’s first year in office, digitally projecting anti-Trump images and messages on buildings throughout the nation’s capital. He said he needed a break from all the politics.
When Bell and his partner booked their tickets to Tokyo in June though, they didn’t know that the president himself would scuttle their plans for a Trump-free vacation and be traveling in Japan at the same time this week. The artist didn’t bring a projector and had no concrete protesting plans but changed course when he saw reports of Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe somewhat awkwardly feeding fish. (The two men spooned out bits of fish food from wooden boxes until Abe poured the remainder of the flakes from his container into the pod and then Trump did the same. Bell gleaned a machismo, an attitude of one-upmanship, from this interaction.)
— robin bell (@bellvisuals) November 6, 2017
He decided he would buy a projector and protest the two men. He took images of the men feeding the fish, animated them and
Article source: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/local/wp/2017/11/06/d-c-s-anti-trump-projection-artist-is-now-protesting-the-president-in-japan/
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