6:00 P.M. depicts a glitch in the innocence of PBS Kids TV shows to the horror of adulthood. The glitch metaphorically represents reality, although through a surreal depiction, touching on subjects such as class, death, time, etc. Each show from PBS Kids depicted has its own subject and physical process. They all come together with the conceptual use of pop culture and visual communication.
The title 6:00 P.M. represents the time , back in the early 2000s, when every weekday the TV channel named PBS Kids converted to PBS.
These channels share one home as a children's network that switches to adult content (at 6 p.m.) on basic television. It is also a channel that is accessible to any social class within America. With the switch of content, a child can see two different worlds, from the fun of cartoons and live-action shows to a switch of reality from the news and documentaries.
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