“Protesting a better education” by Bradley Tucker of Charlotte, in “Apple Pie: An American Art Show” at Goodyear. IT’s a photograph of a performance piece Tucker did on a Moral Monday in Raleigh, dressed as a banker with a 10-foot pencil and a checkbook: “I proceeded to write and erase checks to the future education of North Carolina.” Tucker says he used reclaimed wood and copper from a schoolhouse recently closed because of a shrinking budget.
“Protesting a better education” by Bradley Tucker of Charlotte, in “Apple Pie: An American Art Show” at Goodyear. IT’s a photograph of a performance piece Tucker did on a Moral Monday in Raleigh, dressed as a banker with a 10-foot pencil and a checkbook: “I proceeded to write and erase checks to the future education of North Carolina.” Tucker says he used reclaimed wood and copper from a schoolhouse recently closed because of a shrinking budget. Courtesy of the artist
“Protesting a better education” by Bradley Tucker of Charlotte, in “Apple Pie: An American Art Show” at Goodyear. IT’s a photograph of a performance piece Tucker did on a Moral Monday in Raleigh, dressed as a banker with a 10-foot pencil and a checkbook: “I proceeded to write and erase checks to the future education of North Carolina.” Tucker says he used reclaimed wood and copper from a schoolhouse recently closed because of a shrinking budget. Courtesy of the artist