At a new exhibit at the Flashpoint Gallery in Washington, D.C., patrons can throw breadcrumbs on a pink rug for an Ivanka Trump look-alike to vacuum up.
"It felt very strange, but I'm glad I came out and did it," said a female visitor.
The installation is described as "a portrait of our own relationship" with "a contemporary feminine icon."
"I think it's a good idea to make some Trumps clean up after themselves," said a male patron.
But the Trump family isn't laughing.
Ivanka fired back on Twitter. "Women can choose to knock each other down or build each other up," she posted. "I choose the latter."
Brother Eric Trump defended his sister on Fox News. "So our people can throw food and crumbs to mimic a powerful woman who has done more for women than probably anyone in Washington, D.C. Think about that hypocrisy," he said.
But the exhibit's creator, Jennifer Rubell, said the work speaks for itself.
"It's a metaphor for everything she cleans up," another visitor said. "Some people like it, some won't. That's what art is."