The Death of Disco transposes the physical urban landscape over the cultural landscape. Like us, each work is damaged goods. Contained within, however, is an absolute desire to be relevant and beautiful. This desire is juxtaposed by a practical necessity to be held together by whatever means and materials will do so. The attempt is to create an illusionary whole from the sum of the damaged and missing parts. The work confronts the viewer with the impermanent and fragile nature of popular trends and social phenomena that rocket to adoration then plummets to ridicule to leave us wondering who bought all those damn disco albums anyway.