One of the exhibit's clearest examples of what this group of artists hoped to convey comes from David Salle (see the above photos). As a student he photographed, in black and white, four sullen-looking women drinking coffee. He then affixed vibrant, "garish" coffee labels which emphasize "things that are in the picture (coffee), but are not visible in the image itself (the mood conveyed by the advertisement)." The juxtaposition highlights how imagery falsely shapes our expectations for reality. Salle's piece also hints at how this Generation went beyond the photographic: Their materials included paint, pastels, video, found imagery, and drawings.