Known for his constructions made of disposable mass-manufactured goods, Thomas Hirschhorn unites references and images drawn from popular media with the work of radical theorists such as Gilles Deleuze and Georges Bataille. Most of Thomas Hirschhorn's works play with familiar, urban forms reminiscent of the stall, the flea market, the pamphlet, or its poster form, such as the Chinese dazibao. Once captivated by Hirschhorn's work, viewers are forced to consume and reflect on what they may have hitherto ignored in their daily lives. The disparity between the viewer and the bombardment of enlarged images reminds us how distant and removed we can feel before such images.