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Gallery Show- Buy Me That!

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BUY ME THAT! : HBO and Consumer Reports, 1990 “In 1990, HBO, in a collaboration with Consumer Reports Television, aired the first of three half-hour specials about children and advertising. The programs pulled back the curtain on many of the … Continue reading

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Gallery Show- Concerning Collection

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CONCERNING COLLECTION: Collecting is a very intentional type of consumption. It is a hobby for some, and an obsession for others. Is it possible to be too invested in a collection? These collectables were popular in the 1960′s, 70′s, 80′s, … Continue reading

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Gallery Show- Branded at Birth; Featuring Mega Baby in Paradise

BRANDED AT BIRTH; FEATURING MEGA BABY IN PARADISE We are branded as consumers from birth. Companies hope that if they can get you to start using their products as early as day one, you will become incredibly familiar with their … Continue reading

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Gallery Show- Brand New You!

BRAND NEW YOU: Action figures and fashion dolls are marketed to children with an open invitation to “see yourself” in the toy. If all goes according to the marketing plan, young people will identify with the doll in the box, … Continue reading

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Gallery Show-NESTING

NESTING: A bird feathers her nest with found items that seem sturdy, resilient, and safe. The odds and ends that make up the nest of a bird become a whole piece; a home. Humans often have a similar relationship to … Continue reading

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Gallery Show-Artist Statement

ARTIST’S STATEMENT: We consume and are branded as consumers from the moment we come into the world. Children are the target audience of an enormous amount of advertisement, and those creating the advertisements are completely driven to influence and dominate a … Continue reading

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