30 x 40 x 1.75 in.
Plastic guns and spray-paint on canvas
Second Amendment began with the discovery of disturbingly realistic toy guns found at a dollar store. Toys like these look like weapons to adults, and make weapons look like toys to kids. In Second Amendment the guns point both left and right, implicating everyone in this confusing conflation of weapons capable of killing with playthings, in flashy colors that underscore the glamourous, sexy fantasy of guns that persists in American culture.