The Hyperobject Wedding exemplifies the extreme nature of everyday objects produced by corporations such as Dow Chemical whose numerous exploits remain hidden in the quotidian sphere of U. S.
consumption. The hyperobject bride wears these objects in plain view and in comedic disarray. The hyperbride displays the superabundance of objects like plastic cups and toilet paper bringing anxiety into every day acts of consumption most prevalent in our contemporary pop and consumer culture. Industries of excess that produce such products come from hyperobjects like petroleum that daily contribute to, in Timothy Morton’s words, “the ecological trauma of our age." (Read more about Morton here: ecologywithoutnature.blogspot.com)