David Mamet was one of the first playwrights to address the controversial issue of sexual harassment in a production launched at the Orpheum Theatre in New York. The ambiguity of the topic and the tenuous line separating the roles of victim and perpetrator suggested the image of a target formed by alternating a male and a female face, as seen in the early collages. The extreme simplicity of the graphical result ensured that it would stand out among colorful New York theater posters.
New York, 1992
36 x 56 cm, offset 1 color