Using found advertisements and a readymade discount robotic teddy bear, this installation calls attention toward underlying attitudes which frame Valentine's Day. This piece places the viewer in a position where they are provided messaging from media ranging from musical typical of the holiday, to what could be considered perverse. This piece provokes thought about current themes in consumerism, expectations of gendered roles, and the content of media.
This piece was initially presented weeks after Valentine's Day 2012.
Much thanks to Evangeline Spracklin and Jimmy Johnson.
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