Phoenix textile artist Ann Morton chronicles the 2016 presidential election simply, succinctly, and with editing marks in her work Proof-Reading. Onto a white hankie, Morton stitched the question, "Are we fucked?" in blue string. It's precisely the thing millions of voters were wondering during the run-up to Election Day. With red proof marks threaded on top of the blue words, she rearranges the words and eliminates the question mark. In doing so, she presents the resounding answer: "We are fucked." The work debuted at Grand Art-Haus' "Nasty Women" exhibition, part of a nationwide presentation of artwork benefiting Planned Parenthood. Later, Lisa Sette Gallery included the cloth piece in "Tell Me Why, Tell Me Why, Tell Me Why (Why Can't We Live Together?)." Each time, Morton's white flag made us laugh out loud and then sigh with despair. And we're not sure you could ask for more from a work of political art.