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Munro Galloway, “Tiny Hands” (2018), ink on paper, 11 x 8.5 inches (image courtesy the artist)

The President’s hand size becomes a full blown social meme obscuring the true downsizing of government and the infantilizing of appointed and elected officials. Tiny hands evoke at once the diminishment of the presidential office and the powerlessness of a disenfranchised electorate. On my college campus only 11% of students voted in the last election. We need to work to make tiny hands into many hands.

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Munro Galloway

Munro Galloway is an artist based in the Los Angeles area. He has had solo exhibitions at Studio 10 and Soloway in Brooklyn, and Murray Guy in New York, and is a co-editor of the ‘zine “Modern Pizza.” Munro is an Assistant Professor of...