David Henry Nobody Jr. is an artist based in New York. Since the early 1990’s Nobody Jr has been showing in NYC and internationally, producing numerous creative “actions” and objects including the Human Weeble Wobble. He is notoriously known as the “bad boy artist” who impersonated Alex Von Furstenberg for a year, crashing countless VIP parties in NYC in 2000. The project became his first solo show and caused a national media scandal after he publicly exhibited photos documenting his interactions with President Clinton, Sarah Jessica Parker and even the real Alex. Nobody Jr. predicted the Trump presidency in his 1999 Stalking Trump series in which he tried to meet Donald Trump as many times as possible in one year. He independently created “Trump for President 2000” signs, testing public reaction in a series of prescient street performances documented in video. David is a founding member of the Fantastic Nobodies, a renegade/outsider/performance art collective, which was a collaboration of five artists, 2003-2013. The Nobodies have shown in Berlin and in New York most notably with Andrew Edlin Gallery and at WhiteBox. Recently the artist presented a solo show and performance series at MOCA Tucson. His work has been featured on the BBC, VICE, The Creators Project, Insider, Observer, Whitehot Magazine, Bedford and Bowery, HiFructose, Ravelin Magazine, among others.