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Mexican artist Pedro Reyes teamed up with Creative Time, the folks who brought us Kara Walker’s installation of massive sugar sculptures and Duke Riley’s flock of LED-laced pigeons, to hatch DOOMOCRACY as a “labyrinth of rooms exploring the depth and breadth of American political anxieties”.

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“Which monsters will we find in this place?” Reyes asks in a video teaser for the installation. “This is a new kind of monster… it’s a monster that is actually chasing us in real life. New vampires are banks, new Frankensteins are Monsanto and companies that are messing with the very essence of life.”

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The disturbing display of interactive environments will be open to the public three nights a week from October 7-November 6 to coincide with the presidential election, but needs your help funding its Kickstarter first. Becoming a backer registered DOOMOCRAT will score you various perks ranging from bumper stickers to pennants to invites to an exclusive cocktail party, so don’t miss your chance to be part of this epic “camPAIN”.

+ Doomocracy Kickstarter

+ Pedro Reyes

+Creative Time

Via New York Observer

Photos: Screencaps from DOOMOCRACY teaser video