The group of artists responsible for building President Trump's naked statues in various cities across the country transformed a hotel room of the Trump International Hotel & Tower with living rats and a trump impersonator with golden handcuffs for his latest prank ,
Indecline, a group calling itself an "activist-art collective," transformed the hotel room into a completely unrecognizable space.
A member of the artist group said they have checked into a suite at the New York hotel on Thursday and Sunday, sneaking into luggage filled with props and materials needed to renovate the room.
A member of Indecline said the "page boys were glad to help" brought the luggage to the one bedroom hotel room.
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The seven artists set to work by removing all "disassembled" objects from the wall and stuffing the furniture into the bedroom , They put up temporary wallpaper that made the walls look "like a cracked concrete" and set up a prison cell. They threw McDonald's wrapper on the floor and released living rats.
The artists said they worked tirelessly through the night to complete the transformation.
"I'm sure the police would be here and arrests would be made, there's no irreparable damage, but they're unrecognizable," said one of the artists on page six.
The exhibition also included 13 works inspired by the American flag, "containing people who inspire us to continue fighting in this era," including legend Muhammad Ali, whistleblower Edward Snowden and the journalist Hunter S. Thompson
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The artists held a short exhibit Friday night complete with a Trump impersonator making a "Make America Great Again "wore a hat while sitting in the jail cell and wearing golden handcuffs.
One member said the project was "designed to celebrate the history of the United States of activism and protest."
"We are going through turbulent times, especially because of Donald Trump, whom we consider to be the embodiment of every single immoral, arrogant American attitude that exists," the person said.
The group claimed that they had put everything back where it should be before leaving early Saturday. In the morning, they were worried about the rats.
"The big question is the rats," said one of the artists. I'm sure it's a violation of health law, but I'm not sure what kind. "
The hotel has its credit card and ID card with it for the group hoping to avoid trouble.
One of the members said that the "fun part" had been when the audience saw that the room was completely changed, even though it looks like nothing had happened.
"The funny part is that when they see what happens [in the press] they come here and find a perfectly normal space" the member said.
The group was also responsible for turning Westchester's presidential golf course into "Trump Cemetery" earlier this year.
In April, the group will review the hotel project in a gallery in Pasadena, California, selling the flags. They plan to donate the money to the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Native American Rights Fund.