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Molly Soda
How I Stopped Being Self Conscious And Caring What People Think About Me, 2020
Vinyl window, vinyl decals, window box, weeds
24 x 36 inches

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An excerpt from the artist @mollysoda​’s most recent exhibition, You Got This, at Jack Barrett Gallery

“The show is an exploration of the aspirational and authentic constructs of “Internet Culture” which Soda asserts are two sides of the same coin.” - more here

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