Tracey Bush presents a collection of nine wild plants, constructed from paper packaging. The delicate leaves and stalks of these alien blooms are cut from hundreds of brands and logos.
Continuing her interest in recycling found materials, Tracey's playful new paper sculptures add to this barbed investigation of brand-awareness within our culture.
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Implications - The featured art piece is a creative way to explore the fact that society is faced with hundreds of advertisements every day. People are bombarded by ads so often that often times they are ignored, even if they are meaningful. Businesses that create ads that look like art instead of advertisements may gain consumer attention and not be ignored.
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