The Candy Chang’s Confessions exhibit at the The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas realizes that whether it was just an embarrassing drunken story or a legitimate mistake, you don’t leave Sin City without something to hide.
Giving the exuberant crowd of Vegas a place to get a load off their chest, the art exhibit welcomed confessionals of all kinds—with full discretion. Over half were about sex, love and dying alone. Each note was written on a wooden plaque and hung on pegs while select others were blown up and painted on a bright orange canvas.
Inspired by Post Secret, the confessional concept has spawned a number of similar projects. Similar to the Toronto Confessions Underground initiative, Candy’s Change Confessions is a powerful glimpse into the deepest and darkest corners of a person's mind.
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