NEWYORK (Web Desk) – One hundred naked women will stand outside the Quickens Loans Arena in July holding mirrors to send a message of acceptance of female sexuality.
It’s no surprise that the Republican party is facing a massive woman problem right now: Seven out of 10 women say they have a negative impression of Trump.
At the Republican National Convention in July, Trump will be greeted by artist Turnick’s latest installation, Everything She Says Means Everything, with women holding large round mirrors.
The New York-based artist has been planning this project since 2013—back when Donald Trump was little more than a hyper-rich businessman and reality-TV personality.
She said “I have two daughters and I want them to grow up in a progressive world with equal rights and equal pay and better treatment for women, and I feel like the 100 women lighting up the sky of Cleveland will send this ray of knowledge onto the cityscape,” Tunick says. “I think it will enlighten not only the delegates but set the vibe of the weekend, set a tone.”
“I could never have imagined there would be such a heightened attention to the male-versus-female dynamic of this Cleveland juggernaut of a convention,” Tunick told Esquire.
“But I feel like doing this will sort of calms the senses. It brings it back to the body and to purity.”
There are mirrors involved in the project at the convention, and this project only features women, while his others have been included both and women.
“The mirrors communicate that we are a reflection of ourselves and the world that surrounds us,” he said to Esquire.