D.C. shines messages of solidarity for arrested projectionist

The local brigade displayed messages in solidarity ahead of the court date of a local projectionist who was arrested for projecting onto the Rayburn house office building on U.S. Capitol grounds, a location frequently used by projectionists.  



The messages were put onto the Archives where the U.S. Constitution is housed as well as onto a mural of the First Amendment on the Newseum. 

All charges were dropped against the arrested activist is affiliated with local projection artist Robin Bell.  The Capitol Police posted rule changes that prohibited light projection onto buildings on Capitol grounds but they were posted after the arrest.  Whether or not activists will be able to use this tactic on Capitol grounds in the future remains unknown.

Articles on the original arrest HERE and HERE.