Alexander Smith
Off Their Backs
2000
Steel, clothes, gromets.
30" x 57" x 3"
Iconic clothing manufactures decided American clothing in the U.S. only served one purpose, to be bought by the public. Forget employing American workers, or creating a worthwhile product, or using non-slave labor. Profit is the way. These clothes I bought in a thrift store. The clerk looked at me really weird for buying the bras and panties. It was actually really hard to find anything “Made in USA”. Seriously folks, check your labels sometime. What does “Made in” mean anymore, and should it mean something?

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