Sixteen Hundred Mayhem

Gregg Guest21st Century


White Plains, United States

"1600 Mayhem" is a commentary on the current state of affairs at the White House, thrust into chaos by the current administration which provides more mayhem than leadership. One thing that is certain about the upcoming election is that only more mayhem will ensue, as votes are deemed fraudulent and the lines of our democracy are intentionally blurred or erased.

"1600 Mayhem" is a follow-up to my 2016 Give Us The Vote piece "The Bucks Stop Here." Like that piece it is constructed from scratched off lottery cards, including "Fat Cat," "Top Dog," "Cashword" and "The Price Is Right," symbolizing a White House and President motivated only by money and power. Power he will likely do anything to maintain and a house he will do everything in his power to remain in.


  • Title: Sixteen Hundred Mayhem
  • Creator: Gregg Guest
  • Date Created: 21st Century
  • Location Created: New York, NY
  • Physical Dimensions: 23"x14.5"x11"
  • Type: Sculpture
  • Medium: Lottery Cards, Tape, Carboard, Glitter.

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