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 that I 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 just 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.
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
Barney Take A Cheat (2020)
Airhead (2020), 4 Feet Diameter