Cost of Love

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Cost of Love (detail)
Danica Phelps
2011
Watercolor and pencil on paper (mounted on Wood)
Various dimensions

Cost of Love is a series of 25 painted panels whose characteristic stripes resembling bar codes signify monetary expenses in the context of a failed relationship, which caused the artist to go into bankruptcy and forced her and her son to give up their house.

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