Abstract

Alison Jackson’s pre-election photographs of Donald Trump’s “private moments” utilize a look-alike to envision Trump in a number of compromising positions. In ways that exceed the artist’s intention, the photographs’ play of the recognition of misrecognition fosters “ugly feelings” of ressentiment that might enable resistance not only to Trump but also to reactionary Republicans and neoliberal Democrats.

External Supplements

Alison Jackson’s website

For more on Alison Jackson visit her website.