Super Brights - Journal Square, 2018
Laura Klinck
photomontage, 33" x 100";  $750
Exhibited at Village West in Ancien Régime: the pre-revolutionary world Fall 2018

"America's evolving urban landscapes are crowded with dense networks of stores, signs, and messages that we have become desensitized to. What do these signs signify and what meanings emerge from them?

At a glance these scenes can seem innocuous or even pleasurable. Alluring facades line the streets with a seemingly endless variety of goods that promise plentiful choices of products that activate our preference for choice.

The ability to choose provides the authority to improve one's life. We are seduced into purchasing goods that we feel can bring us closer to our perfect selves.

We are prey, eyes dazzled by the shiny lures of capitalism.

This work questions what is hidden behind the world of plenty."

If you are interested in purchasing this work, please contact Laura Klinck.


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