White Supremacists Are Human Farts navigates race, history and politics in the context of current events. Everyday conversations between artist Jenny Schmid and her adopted daughter respond to Trump Era xenophobia and racism with honesty and humor. Jenny and her daughter look to icons like Anne Frank and Martin Luther King, Jr. for inspiration in difficult times.
Artist Jenny Schmid lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota with her daughter and two cats. She runs bikini press international and is a Professor at the University of Minnesota Department of Art. Jenny is represented by The Davidson Galleries in Seattle and her prints have been purchased for collections including The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, The Detroit Institute of Arts, The Block Museum, The Spencer Art Museum and the Library of Congress. She received a Fulbright
Fellowship to Slovakia, the McKnight Fellowship, the Bush Artists Grant, a Jerome Film and Video grant and two Minnesota State Arts Board grants. Recent projects include a live animation performance at the Vertice Festival in Mexico City with Ali Momeni, a residency at Frans Masereel Center in Belgium, and solo exhibitions in at the National Gallery and Gradska Galerija in Bosnia and Herzegovina.