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Half-submerged Trump installation mocks withdrawal from Paris climate accord

A huge, inflatable installation in the shape of the US President Donald Trump's head half-immersed in water can be found floating in Metz's Moselle river. The artwork named 'Everything is fine' is made of PVC canvas, is 4,60m (15ft) high and 6m (20ft) wide and is permanently inflated via a blower system. The public can press on a buzzer located on a platform near the Pont des Roches bridge which will play a recording of the president's 2017 speech announcing the US withdrawal from the Paris Climate accord. Artist Jacques Rival hopes his creation will be used to satirise the Trump's climate change denial. The installation will be publicly viewable until September 7.
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