6:00 P.M. takes a deep dive into the sudden and jarring transition from innocent PBS Kids programming to the harsh realities of adulthood. With each art piece utilizing surreal depictions, the work explores complex themes such as class, death, and time, while incorporating clever pop culture references and visual communication to tie everything together thematically. The title itself is a nod to the early 2000s, when PBS Kids would end their programming for the day and switch over to adult content on weekdays, exposing children of all social classes to vastly different worlds. This sudden shift, from fun and lighthearted cartoons to the harsh realities of news and documentaries, could have been a difficult adjustment for young viewers.
What's Wrong Sunshine (2020), 3x3 Feet
It Was A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood (2019), 36 x 44 Inches
Reminder (2020), 5 Feet Diameter
Airhead (2020), 4 Feet Diameter