• spec · ta · cle  (n.)  
    1.  a visually striking performance or display.
    2.  an organization of appearances that are simultaneously
         enticing, deceptive, distracting, and superficial.
    3.  a society dominated by electronic media, consumption, and surveillance,
         reducing citizens to spectators by political neutralization.
  • Spectacle No.1 (War and Poverty)
  • Spectacle No.2 (Environmental Destruction)
  • The term 'poster' is not necessarily limited to print only.
    By projecting them large-scale in unexpected public spaces, the posters are able to act and
    behave as real spectacles as well as effectively call to attention the issues that they each address.