Stephanie Syjuco’s installation playfully questioned the notion of the souvenir shop, where merchandise is meant to evoke, or even replace, the experience of visiting a place. The “store” was stocked with an array of wares, all saturated in the famous color of the bridge, but the products were not for sale. Instead, visitors were invited to take home a free postcard, a reminder that there are many experiences money can’t buy.
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Stephanie Syjuco works primarily in sculpture and installation, playing along the borders between art and commerce, inspiration and production, creation and distribution. Her work has been shown in exhibitions at MOMA PS1; Whitney Museum of American Art; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Contemporary Arts Museum Houston; and the California Biennial at the Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, among others.