Hillary Clinton spent nearly an hour riffling through her old emails and sitting behind a fake Resolute Desk as part of an Italian art exhibit earlier this week.
“Found my emails at the Venice Biennale,” the twice-failed presidential candidate tweeted Thursday. “Someone alert the House GOP.”
“Someone close to Mrs. Clinton contacted us very informally a few days before her visit,” he said. “We realized that it wasn’t a joke only when we saw the security service inside the exhibition space at 9 a.m. on Tuesday.”
The exhibit features 60,000 pages of Mrs. Clinton’s emails, which, according to WikiLeaks, “were sent from the domain clintonemail.com between 2009 and 2013,” according to the description from exhibit co-organizer Zuecca Projects.
“The pile of papers is rather unimpressive, rebutting Trump’s efforts to make them monumental,” the description reads. “In this way, Goldsmith creates an anti-monument to the folly of Trump’s heinous smear campaign against Clinton. In an ambient somewhere between a library, a theatre stage and an embassy, the language of digital bureaucracy is transformed by Goldsmith into a work of literature.”
The exhibition runs until Nov. 24.
Found my emails at the Venice Biennale. Someone alert the House GOP. pic.twitter.com/eeXaKhy9Dz— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) September 12, 2019
Hillary Clinton spent an hour yesterday reading her emails at my exhibition of all 62,000 pages of them in Venice. She is pictured here at a replica of the Oval Office Resolute Desk, stacked with her emails. pic.twitter.com/V8T27klycr— Kenneth Goldsmith (@kg_ubu) September 11, 2019
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