Mend the Gap

I was in Washington D.C. for the 2017 inauguration. I rode the Metro on Friday with the crowd headed to Trump’s celebrations, and then again for the Women’s March the following day. The division between the two groups was both evident and deep. The London Underground’s iconic “Mind the Gap” signs came to mind. By changing one letter, this concept includes nods to the history of posters, the history of “women’s work,” and to this moment in political history.

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