Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sat at a copy of the Resolute Desk to read her old emails for an hour as part of an Italian art exhibit.
Clinton traveled to the Venetian Theater Italia in Venice on Tuesday to be a part of the exhibit created by artist Kenneth Goldsmith. Titled "HILLARY: The Hillary Clinton Email," the exhibit featured a mock Oval Office Resolute Desk with over 60,000 pages of leaked emails printed, bound, and set for anyone.
"This exhibit is further proof that nothing wrong or controversial can be found in these emails. This makes it accessible to everyone and allows everyone to read them," Clinton said in 19009005. "They're just annoying."
Mrs Clinton said, "This exhibition is further proof that nothing is wrong or controversial in these emails. This makes them accessible to everyone and allows everyone to read this. ”And then, as an aside, he added:" They're just annoying. "
– Kenneth Goldsmith (@kg_ubu)
September 11, 2019
Francesco Urbano Ragazzi curated the show where the email exhibit was announced.
"In the digital age, making these documents available to all in an interactive format is a way to focus on something concrete to bring out the impalpable toxicity of ideological narratives," Ragazzi told the a statement.
"The exhibition is a way to socialize in an alternative world that will never go away. We are delighted that the real Hillary Clinton has become part of this image full of possibilities," Ragazzi said. "Visiting HILLARY by Kenneth Goldsmith, he was not only in front of his emails. The exhibition is really the portrait of a powerful woman, but also the picture of a historical change in our understanding of such beliefs as transparency, propaganda, public and private space. "