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  The Hearing of Linda Taylor (1981-2017)
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The Hearing of Linda Taylor (1978-2017), The hanging mobile includes sculptural fragments and text generated from performance and writing. Objects include a double hat, a mink ear with a collaged wire frame earring, a resting ear with drawings of clothing on it, and a pvc bar connecting the objects together. The writing and performance happenings were based around the welfare fraud trial of Linda Taylor, the woman cast as the welfare queen in Ronald Reagan's campaign speeches.






Installed at Club Pro, Los Angeles as part of the group exhibition "You Catch More Flies With Arsenic than Honey" 2017



The hearing of Linda Taylor (1981-2017). Ronald Reagan initiated an American attitude of skepticism towards it’s own public by casting Linda Taylor as the welfare welfare queen. Ms. Taylor played the part, arriving to her trial dressed as the fantasy of the welfare queen. She acted her way through the trial with a dress up game, evading far more serious charges of kidnapping, identity theft, and murder in the process. To American history, Linda Taylor is a false problem, a decoy for what is actually ailing the American economy and public wellbeing. To Linda Taylor, American history is a play that belongs to fools.