“Spin & Win,” an interactive work by Warwick artist Jonathan Talbot, is featured in the inaugural exhibition at the Center for Contemporary Political Art, located at 916 G St. NW in Washington, DC. Talbot’s work consists of a handmade carnival wheel, made entirely by the artist, which explores various options for responding to the anxiety spawned by the current political situation in the United States. Visitors to the exhibition are invited to spin the wheel and allow chance to play a role in their decisions.
The exhibition, “Defining the Art of Change in the Age of Trump,” will continue through Wed., Nov. 14. It includes nearly 100 works from all across the country. A video of people interacting with “Spin & Win” can be found at www.vimeo.com/233422077. For more information about the artist, visit www.talbot1.com.