Twentysix Wawa Stores (2022), currently exhibiting with photographs and an accompanying book at Street Road Artists' Space (Cochranville, PA), is a short film that examines the Pennsylvania-based convenience store and gas purveyor Wawa. The film follows the Lincoln Highway, starting in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and culminating at the farthest north Wawa store in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Made in reference to Edward Ruscha’s Twentysix Gasoline Stations, Twentysix Wawa Stores unobtrusively observes the phenomenon of automobile culture in America in the 2020’s.
The price of the book is based on Ruscha's original $3.50 book price in 1962, plus inflation. The price will rise and fall each month according to that index.
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